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CLAW3201 Case Analysis

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this is the claw3201 case analysis . We are required to decide whether the three instalments incurred during the taxpayer’s employment, whether there is a nexus between the instalments and gaining or producing assessable income and thus are deductible.

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The course started in January 20132. However, Thomas was made redundant on 16 November 20123. Thomas had no income for the remainder of 2013, or at all during 20144. Prior to redundancy, Thomas had paid the “non-refundable” first instalment of the course fee ($7,432.54), the flight to Paris and a visa for his travel5. He also paid the second instalment ($30,137.50) on 28 November 2012 and third instalment ($8,096.07) during the 20136. - Key tax issue(s) There are two issues to be decided by the Tribunal. Firstly, whether the three instalments incurred during the taxpayer’s employment. Secondly, whether there is a nexus between the instalments and gaining or producing assessable income and thus are deductible. - Arguments put fo...
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