Due Date: 6 January 2014 at 8.30AM AEST
Method of Submission:Electronic - Moodle
Length: See below- Word Limit in Part A
On successful completion of this course you should have acquired: A basic understanding of the Australian Taxation System
A sound knowledge of the main concepts and principles of Australian taxation law. A reasonable degree of competence in applying the taxation laws and in preparing income tax returns of moderate complexity for individual taxpayers, companies, partnerships and trusts. An understanding of the principles of Fringe Benefits tax and Goods and Services tax. An acquaintance with the compliance requirements under the Australian taxation system. An understanding of the concept of tax avoidance including a familiarity with some specific anti-avoidance provisions in the Australian tax legislation. Details
This assessment relates to the above listed Course objectives. This assessment item may be submitted as an individual or as a group assignment and MUST be submitted electronically through the educational interface - Moodle. If you are opting to submit an individual assignment, the work must be the result of your personal effort. If material in the assignment was found to be similar to material in another assignment this will be treated as a case of plagiarism. If you are opting to complete this assignment as a group assignment, you may work in a group of up to but no more than three students. Only one assignment will be submitted by a group, with the names and student numbers of all group members shown on a front cover sheet. All members of the group will receive the same mark. As it is up to students to choose if they wish to work in a group and if so who the other members of the group will be, there will be no opportunity for the case to be made later than one or some members of the group did not contribute as much as others. If you choose to work in a group...
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