Finance professionals working in the area of estate planning and trusts will, at some stage in their career, need to source, critically analyse and make decisions involving accounting information. Further they will be involved in the distribution of money to beneficiaries and tax authorities. The subject aims to increase students' knowledge and understanding of the accounting and tax principles and practices underlying the administration of trusts and estates. The emphasis of the subject is on applying relevant frameworks and techniques to real life cases, to ensure that students can practically apply the knowledge gained in the subject.
School of Accounting and Finance
ACC585 and FIN563
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