Income Tax Law Comprehensive Course Notes

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  • UniversityUniversity of Adelaide
  • AreaLaw
  • CourseIncome Tax Law III
  • Course CodeLAW3521
  • ProfessorSylvia Villios
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  • Authormarstef
  • Created2015
  • Pages294
  • Approved30 December 2017

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About these notes

Complete, comprehensive course notes for Income Tax Law (LAW3521 ) covering all lectures, assigned readings and seminar problems.

 

The notes are designed to cover everything required to complete the course and was my failsafe for the exam (see a stripped down Exam Notes version which was specifically prepared for the exam). It is broken down on a weekly basis (lecture, readings, seminar) so you are able to concisely get across each topic by cutting through extraneous material.

 

The major topics covered in these notes include:

  • Tax Payer Entities
  • Carrying On A Business
  • International Tax: Residence And Source Of Income
  • Australian Residence Tests
  • Sources Of Income: Where Non-Resident, Source Becomes The Issue
  • Ordinary Income: S 6-5
  • Statutory Income
  • Capital Gains And Losses
  • Non-Assessable Income
  • General Deductions
  • Specific Deductions
  • Capital Allowances
  • Trading Stock
  • Deduction Limitations
  • Income Tax Accounting
  • Fringe Benefits Tax
  • Goods And Services Tax
  • GST Equation

 

About the author: This is a University of Adelaide Law/Commerce student with a history of scoring top marks in Law subjects. They graduate the Bachelor of Laws with Second Class Division A Honours and a GPA of 5.750. This student also gradated from the Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) with a GPA of 5.875.

 

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