Core Taxation Legislation and Study Guide is a reference text for students undertaking tax subjects. It provides curated extracts of legislation as well as useful guidance on study skills. Part 1: The Study Guide assists students to prepare for a tertiary taxation course and conduct basic taxation research. It refers to key reference material, including websites and research tools, and includes useful tips on study techniques, researching a tax problem, essay writing and presentation, answering taxation law exam questions and how to cite legislation, cases, articles, rulings and reports for assignments. Part 2: The Core Tax Legislation comprises selected extracts from relevant sections of taxation legislation and regulations. An essential resource, this text allows students to access the parts of the legislation they will need for a taxation law course in a time-saving and user-friendly way. Core Taxation Legislation and Study Guide 2022 is designed to be used in conjunction with Foundations of Taxation Law 2022.Read more
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- Edition: 25th Edition
- Publication planned for: March 2022
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9781009154260
- length: 2496 pages
- dimensions: 244 x 170 mm
- availability: Not yet published - available from March 2022
Table of Contents
Part 1. Study Guide
Part 2. Core Tax Legislation
Part 2A. Income Tax Assessment Act 1997
Part 2B. Income Tax Assessment Act 1936
Part 2C. International Income Tax Provisions
Part 2D. Income Tax Rates and Levies Provisions
Part 2E. Income Tax Regulations and Transitional Provisions
Part 2F. Goods and Services Tax Provisions
Part 2G. Fringe Benefits Tax Provisions
Part 2H. Superannuation Provisions
Part 2I. Constitutional, Adminstrative and Other Provisions.
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