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TABL2751 Final Exam Notes

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This note contains 104 pages with over 27000 words, includes everything you want in the final exam, I summarized all the topic, example, tax ruling, sections. you don't need anything else, just this note.

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Taxation in Australia Tax Economy Government Income tax in Australia Taxation in the United Kingdom Taxation in New Zealand Taxation in Canada Dividend imputation Income Tax Assessment Act Capital gains tax Taxation in the United States
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Taxation in Australia Tax Economy Government Income tax in Australia Taxation in the United Kingdom Taxation in New Zealand Taxation in Canada Dividend imputation Income Tax Assessment Act Capital gains tax Taxation in the United States
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......................................................................................... 5 Week 2: Income ................................................................................................................................. 7 Income overview: ............................................................................................................................ 7 Relationship between income concepts: ....................................................................................... 7 Ordinary income: (No statutory definition, developed from past cases) ........................................ 7 Negative propositions: amounts that are not ordinary income........................................................... 7 Positive proposition: ...................................................................................................................... 10 Week 3: In...
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