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LUBS 3690 Principles of Taxation. Key facts. Module leader: Dr Iain Clacher Teaching team: Iain, Cathy Myles and John Smith. So why should you take this module?. Key facts. Semester: 1 & 2 Credits: 20 Professional exemptions: Yes, but just for UK qualifications Pre-requisites:

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key facts
Key facts
  • Module leader: Dr Iain Clacher
  • Teaching team: Iain, Cathy Myles and John Smith
key facts1
Key facts
  • Semester: 1 & 2
  • Credits: 20
  • Professional exemptions:
    • Yes, but just for UK qualifications
  • Pre-requisites:
    • LUBS2210 Financial Accounting 2ORLUBS2205 Corporate Finance
focus of the module
Focus of the module
  • Economics of taxation - Iain
  • Income tax - Cathy
  • Corporation tax - John
assessment pass rates
Assessment & Pass Rates
  • Assessed 100% by exam at the end of semester 2.
  • The exam is of 3 hours duration.
  • 1st year so no pass rates as yet
  • Exam format:
    • Section A: choice of essay
      • 3 essays on Economics of Tax, choose 1 (30 marks)
    • Section B: compulsory
      • IT question: numerical and narrative (30 marks)
      • CT question: numerical and narrative (30 marks)
      • Another smaller question on specific topic (10 marks)
feedback from other students
Feedback from other students
  • “The skills developed in FA2 set you up well for this module”
  • “Good to have some numbers in our final year”
  • “No assumed knowledge which was great, but a LOT to learn so be prepared!”
  • “Get the textbook early and start studying from week 1 or you will quickly get lost”
core text key reading
Core text / key reading

Core Text:

  • The Economics of Taxation, Simon James and Christopher Nobes, Fiscal Publications.
  • ACCA, Paper F6, Taxation FA14, Kaplan Publishing

Additional Text:

Taxation: Finance Act 2014, Alan Melville, FT Prentice Hall.

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