Taxation Law in Context 2011-12 by Sarah HinchliffeTaxation Law in Context 2011-12 by Sarah Hinchliffe

Taxation Law in Context 2011-12

bySarah Hinchliffe, Eu-Jin Teo

Paperback | November 28, 2011

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Taking a logical approach, and incorporating a range of useful learning tools, Taxation Law in Context will help students understand the key areas of the Australian taxation system. Aimed at satisfying the requirements of standard taxation law courses, in particular for business students, the text provides clear explanations of the law. It uses flowcharts, tables and diagrams to assist students to deepen their understanding and includes an overview of how to research taxationlaw questions and how to study for taxation law exams. Audio summaries of each chapter are available online for students to use in their revision. This book will be updated annually in line with Australian taxation legislation.
Sarah Hinchliffe is a Teaching Fellow within the Department of Accounting and Business Information Systems at The University of Melbourne. Eu-Jin Teo is a Senior Lecturer within the Department of Accounting and Business Information Systems at The University of Melbourne.
Title:Taxation Law in Context 2011-12Format:PaperbackDimensions:416 pagesPublished:November 28, 2011Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0195573544

ISBN - 13:9780195573541

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Table of Contents

1. Study Approach to Succeed2. Setting the Scene - Why Are There Taxes?3. The Taxation Network in Australia4. Goods and Services Tax5. Income6. Deductions7. Capital Allowances and Trading Stock8. How to Account For and Report Income9. Capital Gains Tax10. Fringe Benefits Tax11. Taxation of Partnerships, Corporate Entities and Trusts12. International Taxation13. Tax Avoidance Overview14. Key Tax Law CasesAppendix