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Understanding Taxation Law 2016
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Understanding Taxation Law 2016

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To be published Dec 2015 (LexisNexis) PRE-ORDER NOW!
ISBN: 9780409342512. Soft Cover.
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Gilders, F; Taylor, J; Walpole, M; Burton, M; Ciro, T

Understanding Taxation Law 2016 is an essential comprehensive introduction to the Australian tax system for business, accounting and law students.


DESCRIPTION

Understanding Taxation Law 2016 by Frank Gilders, John Taylor, Michael Walpole, Mark Burton and Tony Ciro is a current and comprehensive introduction to the Australian tax system for business, accounting and law students. This new edition focuses on the fundamental concepts of taxation law using an up-to-date pedagogical structure and easy-to-navigate design to assist learning. Updated case summaries and legislative extracts, end of chapter summaries, revision questions, problem solving activities and working examples, as well as flowcharts, diagrams and tables provide a highly accessible learning framework. Innovative online resources also enhance the teaching and learning experience and reinforce learning. With easy-to-understand treatment of all topics in core undergraduate units, as well as informed commentary by a team of expert authors, Understanding Taxation Law 2016 is the go-to taxation text for 2016.

 

Features

     •     Up-to-date case summaries, legislative extracts and end-of-chapter summaries
     •     Additional revision questions and problem solving activities to develop students' knowledge, understanding and problem-solving skills
     •     Flowcharts, diagrams and tables providing a visual aid to learning
     •     Online resources supporting teaching and learning with a comprehensive and innovative suite of materials for both students and lecturers


AUTHOR

Frank Gilders is a Lecturer in Law, School of Business, University of Ballarat. John Tayloris a Professor, School of Taxation and Business Law, Australian School of Business, University of New South Wales. Dr Michael Walpole is a Professor, Australian School of Business Law, School of Taxation and Business Law, University of New South Wales. Dr Mark Burton is an Associate Professor, Melbourne Law School, Melbourne University. Dr Tony Ciro is a Professor, Faculty of Business, Australian Catholic University.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

     1.     Introduction
     2.     Structure of the Acts and the Income Concept
     3.     Income According to Ordinary Concepts
     4.     The Derivation Method 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: Review and Enforcement Issues
   17.     Anti-Avoidance Measures
   18.     International Tax
   19.     Goods and Services Tax

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