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ECON3205 The Taxation of Business Income: Principles and Practice
Three (3) credit hours
ECON3205 examines the taxation of corporate income and the theory underlying the taxation system as expressed in the Income Tax Act (Canada). Topics include calculation of income for tax purposes, application of tax rates, the theory of integration, tax planning, and the social policies underlying the taxation system
On completion of this course students should be able to explain basic tax concepts related to preparing corporate tax returns, deciding how to structure an investment in a corporation, reorganizing a corporate group to optimize tax planning and should be able to prepare a calculation of corporate taxes payable. Students will also be able to identify planning opportunities to optimize taxes payable when triggers are presented.
|Prerequisite:||This builds upon course material covered in Econ 3204 and therefore this course is recommended as a prerequisite, although not required.|
The course materials includes detailed slides for note taking, followed by video lectures (available for viewing any time on youtube). Optional practice quizzes for each module are available to complete on Desire2Learn.
The topics covered in this course are outlined below:
Topic 1 – Introduction, Overview of tax system, and administration
Topic 2 – Definition of Control, Canadian Controlled Private Corporations, and the Small Business Deduction
Topic 3 – Determining Related and Associated Entities
Topic 4 – Concept of Integration and Taxation of Corporate Investment Income
Topic 5 – Other Issues in Corporate Taxation
Topic 6 – Corporate Taxation and Management Decisions
Topic 7 – Rollovers under Section 85
Topic 8 – Other Rollovers and Sale of an Incorporated Business
Topic 9 – Trusts and Estate Planning
Topic 10 – HST (Harmonized Sales Tax)
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Evaluation methods include multiple choice, short answer, and case study questions that will require students to apply theory and also prepare calculations.
Quizzes will be available for completion on D2L and are open book. The final exam must be written under the supervision of an invigilator and is a comprehensive review of the course material.
All mid-term exams and final exams for online courses will be invigilated at an approved time and location. Please refer to the Online Exam Request Form to book.
|Time Limit:||6 months from registration date. All course exams and/or assignments must be completed by the designated end date of your course.|
Online courses are subject to an additional $100 non-refundable online fee per course. Fees are subject to change by the Board of Governors.
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