MGT3151Y -

Management 3151

Management 3151

Introduction to Tax

Credit hours: 3.0

Contact hours per week:

3-0-0

The objective of this course is to provide sufficient exposure to the workings of the personal and corporate Canadian income tax systems so that individuals are able to incorporate this knowledge into everyday life. Taxes impact almost all financial, and many non-financial, decisions. The after-tax consequences can only be appreciated if the decision maker understands the workings of the Canadian tax system and can plan for the appropriate outcomes. Emphasis is placed on applying, analyzing, and evaluating introductory concepts as they pertain to tax planning and decision making.

Prerequisite(s):

Economics 1010 AND
Economics 1012 AND
Management 2400 AND
Statistics 1770 AND
Third-year standing (a minimum of 60.0 credit hours)
OR
Admission to the CA Bridging program AND
Management 2400 AND
Third-year standing (a minimum of 60.0 credit hours)

Substantially Similar:

Management 3150 (prior to 2007/2008)

Note:

All prerequisite courses must have a minimum ‘C minus’ (‘C-’) grade.

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