CA Tax Bible – TAX316 Reference Guide

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  • UniversityChartered Accountants Program (CA)
  • AreaBusiness and commerce
  • CourseTaxation
  • Course CodeTAX316
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  • Authorcanotesgun
  • Created2016
  • Pages34
  • Approved29 January 2018

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The Taxation module is by far the most heavy in content compared to the other units of CA. Therefore during the exam it is very easy for candidates to get flustered/stressed in trying to find the right content as quickly as possible to answer a question. This Reference guide contributed to my success in the module as I was able to source the correct materials as soon as possible and then apply the materials to each given question in the exam. Highly recommend this reference guide to assist with study preparation as well as to use in the exam!

 

Some of the key topics in this document include:

  • Australian taxation fundamentals
  • Trading stock
  • GST and other taxes
  • Taxation of employment remuneration
  • Capital gains tax (CGT) fundamentals
  • Capital gains tax (CGT) – exemptions, rollovers and special topics
  • Deductions for capital expenditure
  • Small business entities (SBEs)
  • Taxation of individuals
  • Taxation of companies
  • Taxation of partnerships
  • Taxation of trusts
  • Taxation of superannuation funds
  • Tax consolidations regime
  • Taxation of financial transactions
  • International taxation issues
  • International tax: anti-avoidance provisions
  • Tax planning and anti-avoidance provisions
  • Tax administration in Australia
  • Recent developments and tax reconciliation

 

About the author: After finishing my commerce degree at the University of Sydney, I joined a big 4 accounting firm working in their financial services division. I have also worked at financial services firms Investec and BNP Parabis Investment Partners. I studied the Chartered Accountant (CA) whilst I work full time.

 

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