ACC642 - Corporate Taxation
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Taxation II is the second part of two subjects in taxation for Accounting and Finance students. The aim of the course is to provide students with a good working knowledge of the current provisions of the Canadian Income Tax Act as it applies to corporations and individuals. Emphasis is placed on the concepts underlying these provisions rather than on the computations required to implement them, although such computations are reviewed in the context of the Federal T2 Tax Return.
One credit of the "ACF" professional requirements in the Accounting Certificate and Diploma programs. On completion of this subject and ACC540 tax course, those students attaining a minimum of a "B" average may qualify to write a challenge examination for the CGA TX1 exam.
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
1. Identify capital gains and losses and examine the basic application rules.
2. Identify and classify the different types of income of a corporation.
3. Determine the tax payable by corporations.
4. Compute the distribution of corporate surpluses.
5. Explain administrative procedures under the Income Tax Act and tax planning techniques.
6. Review income tax determination for individuals.
7. Complete the T2 Corporate Tax Return.
8. Use a computer tax programme to prepare T1's and T2's.
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