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Understanding Taxation Law 2019

Understanding Taxation Law 2019

Taylor, J; Walpole, M; Burton, M; Ciro, T; Murray, I, 2018

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Book 9780409349382 $157.00

Forthcoming
Publication date: December, 2018

 

Understanding Taxation Law 2019 is a comprehensive introduction to the Australian tax law system and an essential reference for business, accounting and Australian law students.

 

Format: Paperback

Description

Understanding Taxation Law 2019 is a mid- to high-level text catering to students undertaking compulsory tax law subjects as part of the accounting major in an undergraduate commerce degree as well as the Masters of Professional Accounting. With easy-to-understand treatment of all topics in core undergraduate units, as well as informed commentary by a team of expert authors, it is the ideal introduction to Australian tax for 2019.

 

Features

• Suitable for tax and law students studying tax law as an elective
• Features to assist student learning provide a more accessible learning framework include: learning objectives, revision questions, activity problems, case summaries, working examples
• Published annually to support currency

 

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Kenny & Walpole, Concise Tax Legislation 2019
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Khoury, LexisNexis Case Summaries: Tax, 8th edition, 2015
Sangkuhl & Buttigieg, LexisNexis Questions and Answers: Taxation Law, 2016

Author

John Taylor is a Professor at the School of Taxation and Business Law at the University of New South Wales


Dr Michael Walpole is a Professor and Head of School of Taxation and Business Law at the University of New South Wales


Dr Mark Burton is an Associate Professor at Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne


Dr Tony Ciro is a Professor at the Faculty of Law and Business, Australian Catholic University


Ian Murray is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Western Australia


Amy Koit is a lawyer and a Chartered Accountant

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Structure of the Acts and the Income Concept
3. Income According to Ordinary Concepts
4. The Derivation and Measurement of Income
5. Statutory Income
6. Capital Gains Tax
7. Fringe Benefits Tax
8. General Deductions
9. Specific Deductions
10. Capital Allowances
11. Trading Stock
12. Taxation of Companies
13. Taxation of Shareholders
14. Taxation of Partnerships
15. Taxation of Trusts
16. Tax Administration
17. Anti-Tax Avoidance Measures
18. International Aspects
19. Goods and Services Tax

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