Overview of Canadian Tax and Law — 2011/2012
The tax portion of this course provides an explanation of the Canadian tax system, its objectives, and its structure. It outlines the general scheme of the tax system and the reasons for its existence.
The Law portion of this course is meant to familiarize you with the tools and concepts lawyers use when they place things in a legal perspective. It will provide you with a broad overview of commercial law.
Overview of UK Tax and Law — 2012
The tax portion of this course presents an overview of the UK taxation system. It looks at the basic principles of the main direct taxes such as Income Tax, National Insurance Contributions, Capital Gains Tax, and Corporation Tax.
The law portion of this course provides an overview of principal areas of English law, its various sources, and the court system in which legal disputes are determined.
Overview of Ireland Tax and Law — 2009/2010
The tax portion of this course presents an overview of the Irish taxation system. It looks at the basic principles of the main direct taxes such as income tax, Pay Related Social Insurance contributions, capital gains tax, and corporation tax. The law portion of this course comprises five modules and is designed to give you an overview of the principal areas of Irish law that are likely to concern you in your work as an accountant.
This seminar covers major areas of interest within the topic of governance. The learning outcomes that are expected for this seminar are for you to be able to understand the following: the concept of governance, how external and internal accountabilities are related, how management’s role and internal control...
Intellectual Property — The Financial Business of Music
Making money from intellectual property, whether software programs, manufacturing patents, or creative arts such as music or visual art, is big business. A significant portion of Canada’s economy comes from such endeavors, and innovations in these areas are affecting other businesses. Take the music industry, for example...