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View complete question Student Declaration I/WeAssessment Cover Sheet Student ID Number/s: Student Surname/s: Given name/s: Course: School: Unit code: Unit title: Due date: Date submitted: Campus: Lecturer: Tutor: Student Declaration I/We declare that: the work contained in this assignment is my/our own work/group work, except where acknowledgement of sources is made; certify that this assessment has not been submitted previously for academic credit in this or any other course; I/we have read the MITs Plagiarism and Academic Misconduct Policy Procedure, and I/we understand the consequences of engaging in plagiarism; a copy of the original assignment is retained by me/us and that I/we may be required to submit the original assignment to the Lecturer and/or Unit Co-ordinator upon request; I/we have not plagiarised the work of others or participated in unauthorised collaboration when preparing this assignment. MIT ID Signature Date For Assessor Use Only (if not marked on Moodle) Name: Position Date Signature Marks/Grades MIT Taxation Law MA613 Semester 2. 2019 Group Assignment Please note this assignment is under construction, Front sheet to be added Due Date: 29th September 11 pm, week 11:TBA 2019TBA, 2018. Presentations will take place in class time, and students are expected to hand up their two page summary. Group assignment 20% Purpose: The focus of the assignment to be completed is on the topic of the tax concessions offered to businesses who qualify as a Small Business Entity (SBE). This topic will be studied as part of an assignment and will not be tested again in the exam. Please see the following guide. The purpose of the assignment is to encourage students to study and understand how the definition and qualification criteria to be classed as an SBE. Students are encouraged to access information and comment from textbooks, published articles, newspapers and from internet sites including the ATO and professional advice sites. Each class member will be allocated a part of the assignment, and then expected to research and present on that part of the assignment. Students are expected to present an outline of their research with a talk and a short power point presentation. Students must hand up a two-page outline of their questions and answers (as a part of the assignment). Marks will be allocated according the quality of the research, presentation and hand up summary of work completed. Up to four students may form a group. Students in the group are to answer all of the questions listed below as topics. Two students may be allocated a topic which can be studied and researched together. Students may refer to the assessment rubric in the unit guide. Note the assessment criteria of: research, presentation, quality, analysis, examples outlined and understanding. Guidance: Students should discuss their topic with the lecturer, who will outline the important areas that are to be researched, and presented. Students can request advice at any time. Topics: Explain how and what criteria areis used to determine and define an SBE? What criteria areis used by the ATO? Which business entities can qualify as an SBE? Why have such significant favourable treatment been given to SBEs?, Wwhat is the basis for this preferential treatment by the government? Why are the definitions of an SBE is so significant? What kind of planning should a taxpayer conduct in order to ensure they are conducting an SBE? What guidance is given by the ATO regarding qualification as an SBE? Are there any tax rulings etc? What are the significant advantages available to an entity that qualifies as an SBE? What have been the significant events and government policy regarding the tax treatment of SBEs in Australia? (Tradies deductions?) Are there any recent cases or announcements regarding the use of an SBE by an Australian taxpayer? Any other comments on the current criteria used by the ATO in regard to the use of a SBE in Australia? Has there been any interesting comments made about the use of the SBE concessions in the newspapers or elsewhere? Submitting assessments All written assessments are to be submitted via the Unit site on the Online Learning System (OLS) by the due date and time given in the Assessment Overview. Unit lecturers will provide instructions and in-class demonstration of the submission process prior to the due date for the first assessment in the Unit. Students who experience technical issues when attempting to submit their assignment via the OLS should immediately contact technical support or the website for assistance Late submission of assessments Written assessments that are submitted after the due date and time published in this Unit of Study Guide will receive a penalty of 10% of the maximum available mark per working day. Exceptions to this will only be granted where a student has requested and been granted an extension to the assignment due date in advance, or where an application for Special Consideration has been granted (see Section 4, Policies). Receiving marks for assessments Students will normally be notified of marks for individual assignments via the OLS. All student results for an individual assessment item will be released concurrently. Marks will normally be returned within two weeks of the assessment being submitted. Students will be notified if there is to be a delay to the release of marks for an assignment.
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