JUR 3601 Tax and charge
This course is part of the statutory curriculum for approval as a Norwegian certified accountant. The programme meets the requirements of the certified accountant regulation of 8 February 1999 no. 196 (education requirements for certified accountants).
The course will give the students knowledge about Norwegaian legislation on taxation, including in-depth knowledge about the Norwegian legislation on taxation of persons and business taxation of companies and private enterprises, in addition to VAT and employers' national insurance contributions. This includes tax on capital and tax on income, as well as taxation of capital owned by companies.
Furthermore, this includes transactions related to ownership and equity, termination and liquidation of companies and how to determine tax values of possessions received as gifts or inheritage.
Regulation regarding the taxation system, tax payment and overriding of the tax return, is also included.
The students should be able to produce annual taxation reports for accountable and non-accountable businesses. The students should also be able - with reference to actual legislation - to address and discuss definite issues regarding taxation, VAT and national insurance. The students will also have basic knowledge regarding personal taxation.
Taxation of persons, including tax deductions
Define taxable income, deductable costs and correct tax period for common business income (sole proprietorships, limited companies and partnerships)
Calculate tax cost and payable tax for limited companies
Produce tax base for owners of private limited companies, partnerships and sole proprietorships
Handle taxable conversion of sole proprietorship to private limited company
Consider taxable effects of transfer of business
Consider the VAT effects of a business
Handle common VAT transactions
On completion of the course the students should be conscious of the importance of accurate tax and VAT reporting. Have basic understanding of aspects regarding tax planning and be able to make ethic reflections in this area.
Knowledge about Norwegian tax and charge rules, including:
Capital and income taxation of individual sole proprietorships and private companies
Equity transactions and other transactions with the owners that can lead to taxation
Taxation of termination of sole proprietorships and liquidation of enterprises and conversion of companies
The basic rules concerning capital and income taxation of personal taxpayers
Capital taxation of privat companies and partnerships
Relevant regulations on tax deductions
Main principles on how to determine tax values of possessions received as gifts or inheritage
Tax planning and ethical reflections
Basic knowledge about the tax and charge administration
Central regulation on administrative changes of a person's or company's tax report
The course consists of 90 contact hours with lectures.
In course delivery as online courses, lecturer will, in collaboration with the student administration, organize an appropriate course implementation, combining different learning activities and digital elements on the learning platform. Online students are also offered a study guide that will contribute to progression and overview. Total recommended time spent for completing the course also applies here.
Please note! Examiniation code is changed from JUR 36011 to JUR 36012.
Higher Education Entrance Qualification.
The course requieres knowledge corresponding to following courses or eqivalent:
BØK 3411 Finance and Managerial Accounting I, BØK 3421 Finance and Managerial Accounting II, BØK 3531 Financial Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis, BØK 3541 Managerial Accounting and Control.
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Form of assessment:
Internal and external examiner
Examination every semester
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Teaching on Campus
Prepare for teaching
Student's own work with learning resources
Group work / Assignments
A course of 1 ECTS credit corresponds to a workload of 26-30 hours. Therefore a course of 15 ECTS credit corresponds to a workload of at least 400 hours.