Syllabus of S3 – Business Taxation

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syllabus ofS3 Business Taxation

Syllabus GRID:

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GRIDWEIGHTAGE
INCOME TAX
1.   Income Tax Ordinance, 2001
2.   Income Tax Rules, 2002
60%
SALES TAX
3.   The   Sales   Tax   Act,   1990
4.   The   Sales   Tax   Rules, 2006
30%
FEDERAL EXCISE
5.   Federal Excise Act and Rules
10%
TOTAL100%

Detailed Syllabus Contents:

The detailed Syllabus of Business Taxation for upcoming attempt is given below.

PART – A

INCOME TAX

1. Income Tax Ordinance, 2001

  • Definitions;
  • Charge to tax;
  • Tax on taxable income (computation of income from salary, property, business, capital gains, other sources, exemptions, losses, deductible allowances, tax credits);
  • Common rules (general, tax year, assets);
  • Provisions governing persons (concept, individuals, aop, companies);
  • Special industries (insurance, oil & gas and other mineral deposits);
  • International  (geographical  source  of income, taxation of foreign source of income of residents, taxation of non-residents, double taxation);
  • Anti-avoidance;
  • Minimum tax;
  • Procedures (returns, assessments, appeals, collection and recovery of tax, payments and deductions, refunds, records and audit, penalty,  offence  and  prosecutions, additional tax);
  • Administration (general, transitional advance tax provisions, miscellaneous);
  • Schedules (first schedule, second schedule, third schedule, sixth schedule, seventh schedule).
  • Special provisions regarding depreciation,
  • Initial allowance,
  • Intangibles, pre-commencement expenses,
  • Scientific research expenditures,
  • Employees training and facilities,
  • Profit on debt,
  • Financial costs and lease payment,
  • Bad debts,
  • Provisioning regarding consumer loans,
  • Profit on non- performing debts,
  • Transfer to participating reserve and tax accounting.
  • Nature and areas of tax management;
  • Deduction of tax at source;
  • Advance payment of tax;
  • Minimum tax;
  • Importance  of  tax  management  while claiming allowance;
  • Exemptions
  • Deductions and tax credits;
  • Filing of returns of income;
  • Defaults and penalties.
  • Capital gain tax

2. Income Tax Rules, 2002

  • Definitions related to the rules;
  • Heads of income;
  • Income of residents;
  • Tax of non-residents;
  • Transfer pricing;
  • Records and books of accounts;                
  • Certificates;
  • Advance tax collection or deduction,
  • Payment,
  • Statements of tax collected or deducted.
  • Income tax recovery rules,
  • Registration of income tax practitioners,
  • Recognized terminal benefits funds.

PART – B

Sales Tax

3. The Sales Tax Act, 1990

  • Chapter No. I, II, III, IV, V, VII, VIII and IX of the Act, as amended up-to-date covering;
  • Definitions;
  • Scope and payment of tax;
  • Registration;
  • Book-keeping and invoicing requirements;
  • Returns;
  • Offences  and  penalties,  appeals  and recovery of arrears.

4. The Sales Tax Rules, 2006

  • Definitions related to rules.
  • Registration, compulsory registration
  • De-registration, filing of returns,
  • Credit and debit note
  • Destruction of goods,
  • Apportionment of input tax,
  • Refund,
  • Supply of zero-rated goods to diplomats,
  • Diplomatic missions,
  • Privileged  persons  and  privileged organizations,
  • Taxpayer’s authorized representatives,
  • Alternative dispute resolution,
  • Special procedure for issuance of electronic sales tax invoices between buyers and sellers

PART – C

Indirect Tax

5. Federal Excise Act and Rules

  • Federal Excise Act, 2005(Chapter I & II only)
  • Notifications, rules general orders and circulars, issued under the Federal Excise Act, 2005 relevant of Chapter I & II only.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

On completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Understand the objectives of levy of taxation, and its basic concepts
  • Comprehend the system of taxation in Pakistan
  • Explain provisions of Income Tax Laws mainly relevant to individuals and association of persons and corporate entities
  • Understand features of the direct and indirect taxes;
  • Execute record-keeping, filing and tax payment requirements of principal types of taxation, relating to business;
  • Recommend the management on issues, pertaining to tax liabilities of company or firm, arising from various types of income.
  • Elucidate relevant Sales Tax Laws and rules
  • Understand the underlying concepts of Federal Excise Act and Rules

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