Peter Koit, CTA, Subject Convenor
Skills for an increasingly global landscape
Tax issues for companies in Australia are becoming more challenging. As they embrace the global marketplace, and authorities look more closely at tax legislation and collection, skilled advice is needed. Corporate Tax unpacks complex issues to deliver up-to-date, specialised knowledge.
With continuing tax reform, and the opportunities and challenges of the digital economy, Australian businesses need sound tax advice: not just to address domestic issues, but international ones.
Corporate Tax takes a practical look at complex issues and makes them clear. It will help you interpret tax law to prepare advice, analyse and evaluate alternate strategies for situations such as consolidations, effective capital management and tax incentives. Not just for corporate groups, but for public and private companies.
It also provides the skills to advise clients within a global context, including issues such as BEPS (base erosion profit shifting).
ATL009 Corporate Tax provides candidates with the detailed knowledge and understanding of the tax rules and practical problems involved in the taxation of consolidated corporate groups.
Who is this for?
On completion of ATL009 Corporate Tax candidates will be able to, but not limited to, interpret tax law to prepare client briefs and deliver professional tax advice within a global context. As well as the ability to ascertain, explain and advise on the taxation consequences of both simple and more complex factual scenarios.
Resources made available to a candidates (excluding assessment-only study) are:
Please note that all assessment tasks must be passed in order to complete the subject.
A flexible learning approach using an online learning platform supported by pre-recorded webinars and email support with a subject matter expert.
Assessment-only study allows candidates to accelerate their studies by progressing directly to the assessments for the subject based on prior study, qualifications and experience. Candidates will only receive access to past exam papers and online checkpoint tests prior to the exam.
Recognition of prior learning (RPL)
RPL is a process for providing candidates credit for learning or qualifications completed before your enrolment with The Tax Institute Higher Education.
To apply for RPL (fee $165), please complete the RPL form. Evidence of your qualifications will need to be provided with this application.
Advanced standing is a process of transferring credits from subjects you have previously completed with The Tax Institute and The Tax Institute Higher Education. To apply for advanced standing (no fee applies), please complete the advanced standing form.
ATL009 Corporate Tax
Subject fee: $1,690
$100 discount applies for early bird registration
Key dates and fees are subject to change without notice.
This subject does not attract GST.
The early bird discount applies per subject if enrolling before the early bird close date (except for assessment only study mode and CTA1 Foundations Intensive SP1 and SP2).
All Tax Institute Higher Education candidates are eligible to receive Education Membership of The Tax Institute for $199 (valued at $509) upon enrolment until 30 June in the subsequent calendar year. Member fees attract GST and price quoted is inclusive of GST.
Peter Koit, CTA, Subject Convenor
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