ACCA – Taxation – UK or SA

This is the sixth subject in the ACCA Qualification and falls under the Applied Skills Level. The main aim is to develop the knowledge and skills relating to the tax system. It covers the tax system specific to individuals, single companies, and groups of companies.

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Description

This is the sixth subject in the ACCA Qualification and falls under the Applied Skills Level. The main aim is to develop the knowledge and skills relating to the tax system. It covers the tax system specific to individuals, single companies, and groups of companies.

Accreditation

Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)

Overview

•Scope of tax system
•Income tax liabilities of individuals
•Corporation tax liabilities of individual companies and group companies
•Inheritance tax liabilities of individuals
•Contributions by employers, employees and the self employed
•Effects of value added tax
•Obligations of tax payers and implications of non-compliance

Qualification

This subject is a part of a national qualification. At the end of this course you will be awarded a SACOB certificate of completion.

Requirements

The completion of the Applied Knowledge Level, or
The completion of the Diploma in Accounting and Business under the Foundations in Accountancy series.

Please visit the Foundations in Accountancy programme page for more information the subjects that fall within its scope.

Duration

This subjects can be completed in 3- 6 months

Packages

Home Study

The Home Study Package offers:

• Textbooks
• Study guides
• Workbooks - Not for all subjects
• Lecturer Support - via Email, Phone and access to the Student Question & Answer Platform

Online Classroom

The Full Online Classroom Package builds on the Home Study Package and provides you with the digital resources that may be available for your course as well as giving you access to the SACOB Online Classroom. The Online Classroom Package offers:

• Video Kit
• Study maps
• Study plans
• Lecturer/Concept videos
• Quizzes
• Assessment downloads and uploads
• SACOB Student Forum

Assessment

This subject consists of a three hour computerised-based exam which you can sit in June and December.

A maximum of four courses can be taken per exam sitting. You will need to obtain 50% per exam in order to pass.

What's next

You can continue your studies with SACOB and ACCA and complete more subjects that make up this qualification.