Tax 3A - Taxation of Business Activities (TAX3701)
We cover the full syllabus for TAX3701 with video lectures, explaining everything you need to know about TAX3701. We explain the syllabus simply, so you’ll be able to apply it to any situation. Our classroom is set up in the same order as your study guide, making it easy to work through the whole syllabus. Our exam course videos walk you through two past exams, showing you how to read, plan and answer your questions. Your lecturer will be available to answer your queries, motivate you, and check up on you through your semester.
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WHY STUDY TAX 3A (TAX3701) THROUGH US?
ABOUT THE COURSE
TAX3701 will be your second year of exposure to Tax. The volume is slightly greater than TAX2601 and, at first glance, tend to be a duplication of a lot of the TAX2601 course. This is simply because the topics are now integrated with the new topics – for example, capital allowances (covered in TAX2601) are now integrated with Value-Added Tax (a new topic).
A lot of students study Tax very theoretically and spend a lot of time memorising it. It’s actually one of the most practical of your subjects - calculating and submitting tax returns for yourself and others is a highly sought-after skill, and very practical!
Our lectures are great at explaining why each of these sections exists, and how to work with them. Yes, there are a lot of Tax Act sections you need to know, but if you understand what they’re intended to achieve, it makes your studying a lot easier.
We also go through two past exams, showing you in videos how to read, plan and answer your questions.
Your lecturer will keep an eye on you through the semester, motivate you, push you, and answer any questions you have about the module. His passion for Tax will soon become contagious!
ABOUT YOUR FACULTY
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- Value-Added Tax (VAT)
- Turnover Tax
- Income of a Business Entity
- Special Deductions
- Capital Allowances
- Taxation of Companies and Close Corporations
- Dividend Tax
- Employees’ Tax (PAYE)
- Provisional Tax
- Donations Tax