BUS260 Tax Law
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Course responsible: Ole Gjølberg
Teachers: David Eilert Eilertsen
ECTS credits: 10
Faculty: School of Economics and Business
Teaching language: NO
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This course starts in Spring parallel. This course has teaching/evaluation in Spring parallel, .
Course frequency: Annually
First time: 2013V
Introduction to Business Taxation, with particular emphasis on differences from personal taxation. Income from business activities, with particular emphasis on the timing of revenues and expenses, including differences from the accounting Act. Special provisions relating to shareholders and companies, including deferred tax. Special provisions relating to participant taxed companies. Personal income from business activities, including the conditions, the calculation and allocation/distribution of current owners. Restructuring, business and succession, including taxable and reorganization free of tax. Value added tax system, including the liability for tax scale (taxation area) and the possibility of a voluntary registration fee, tax base and specific exemption for value added tax and special restrictions on the right to deduct value added tax.
The course will give an overview of the basic principles of tax law, including jurisprudence, application of the law and use of sources of law. Business taxation, including taxation of companies and corporate participants as well as restructuring, constitute the most significant part of the course. In particular, with emphasis on practice in an economic context. The course will also provide good knowledge of the following parts of tax law (value added tax).
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BUS 160 - Tax Law for Economists
An assignment must be approved before the student can take part at the exam.
Final written examination.
300 hours included 52 hours lectures
Minimum requirements for entrance to higher education in Norway (generell studiekompetanse)
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4 hours of lecture per week (consecutive). Total 48 hours.
External examiner will control the quality of syllabus, questions for the final examination, and principles for the assessment of the examination answers.
Allowed examination aids: Calculator handed out, other aids as specified
Examination details: One written exam: A - E / Ikke bestått