Please note this module descriptor is indicative of the structure of this course and may be subject to change.
This Module is an advanced course in taxation, dealing with incorporated and unincorporated businesses and personal taxation. It will address the application of direct and indirect taxes on individuals, incorporated and unincorporated businesses. The syllabus includes the application of National Insurance to employed and self-employed individuals and employers
As this is a technical module set at a level equivalent to paper F6 of the ACCA professional examinations, a firm grasp of the principles and practice of taxation from ACC 207 is important. This course will develop that earlier material in much greater depth and there will be frequent opportunities to practice the computational aspects of the materials through worked examples and tutorial questions which will be set each week as classroom or private study exercises.
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