A detailed examination of the federal income tax law concerning income of individuals from employment, business and property. The implementation of the law and its effects, and issues in tax planning and other practical matters are explored, as well as legal interpretations of the law, through examination of a wide variety of practical problems and cases. Related rules in the Goods and Services Tax Act are also examined. Students should have a knowledge of accounting and business law, and be prepared to spend a minimum of two hours outside of class for every hour in class. (Formerly first half of ACC 042.)
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