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HI6028 Taxation, Theory, Practice & Law

HI6028 Taxation, Theory, Practice & Law

T2, 2016 ASSIGNMENT 1 Due dates: Week 8 Maximum marks: 20 (20%)

 

Case study 1:

Capital Gains TaxFred is a resident who signed a contract to sell his holiday home in the Blue Mountains in August last year. The sale was settled in February this year when Fred received $800,000from the purchaser. Fred incurred legal fees of $1100 (Inclusive of GST) and real estate agent’s commission of $9,900 (Inclusive of GST) in relation to the sale. Fred purchased the holiday home in March 1987 for $100,000 and paid $2,000in stamp duty on the transfer and $1000 in legal fees. In January 1990, Fred engaged a builder to build a garage on the property for $20,000, is  aCalculate Fred’s net capital gain for the current year. Assume he also has a net capital loss from last year of $10,000 arising from the sale of shares.Would your answer be different if the loss arose from the sale of an antique vase?  (10 marks, max. 1000words).

International Financial Management

 

Module Title International Financial Management Level 7
Programmes undertaking the assignment

 

Various Business and MScs
Weighting within the module 50%
Word limit/presentation criteria 3,000

 

Learning Outcomes to be assessed

(from module spec.)

 

 

 

1.      To examine the impact of such factors as exchange rates, inflation rates and interest rates on the performance of firms and to assess their significance in decision making in an international market/global context

2.      To critically evaluate principles and practices guiding financial management of the multinational enterprise

3.      To explore factors that differentiate multinational from domestic financial management

4.      To devise a risk management strategy to measure and hedge against variation in global financial market prices including financial crises

5.      To prepare students for the high risk high return environment of international finance

 

Details of the task

 

As specified

Assessment criteria

 

 

 

Level 7  
Outstanding 90-100%
Excellent 80-89%
Very good 70-79%
Good 60-69%
Satisfactory 50-59%
Unsatisfactory 40-49%
Inadequate 30-39%
Poor 20-29%
Very poor 10-19%
Extremely poor 0-9%

HI6025 Accounting Theory and Current Issue

HI6025Accounting Theory and Current Issue

TRIMESTER 1, 2016

INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT

Assessment Value: 20%

Instructions:

1.This assignment is to be submitted in accordance with assessment policy stated in the Subject Outline and Student Handbook.

2.It is the responsibility of the student who is submitting the work, to ensure that the work is, in fact, her/his own work. Incorporating another’s work or ideas into one’s own work without appropriate acknowledgment is an academic offense. Students can submit all assignments for plagiarism checking (self- check) on Blackboard before final submission in the subject. For further details, please refer to the Subject Outline and Student Handbook.

HI6026 Audit, Assurance and Compliance TRIMESTER 3, 2016

HI6026 Audit, Assurance and Compliance TRIMESTER 3, 2016

INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT 1
Assessment Value: 20%

Instructions:

This assignment is to be submitted in accordance with assessment policy stated in the Subject Outline and Student Handbook. · It is the responsibility of the student who is submitting the work, to ensure that the work is, in fact, her/his own work. Incorporating another’s work or ideas into one’s own work without appropriate acknowledgment is an academic offense. Students should submit all assignments for plagiarism checking on Blackboard before final submission in the subject. For further details, please refer to the Subject Outline and Student Handbook. · Answer all questions. · Maximum marks available: 20 marks. · Due date of submission: Week 6.

HI5019 STRATEGIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR BUSINESS AND ENTERPRISE TRIMESTER 1 / 2016

HI5019 STRATEGIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR BUSINESS AND ENTERPRISE
TRIMESTER 1 / 2016

2500 + words and extra for diagrams: WORTH 20%

Group Assignment Scenario

Citizen’s Gas Company (CGC) provides natural gas service to 200,000 customers. The customer base is divided into the following three revenue classes: Class Customers Sales in Cubic Feet Revenues Residential 160,000 80 billion $160 million Commercial 38,000 15 billion $ 25 million Industrial 2,000 50 billion $ 65 million 145 billion $250 million Totals Residential customer gas usage is highly correlated with the weather. Commercial customer usage is partially weather dependent. Industrial customer usage is governed almost entirely by business factors. The company buys natural gas from 10 pipeline companies in the amounts specified in contracts that run for 5 to 15 years. For some contracts, the supply is in equal monthly increments; for other contracts, the supply varies according to the heating season. Supply over the contract amounts is not available, and some contracts contain take-or-pay clauses. That is, the company must pay for the gas volume specified in the contract, regardless of the amount used.

HI5019 STRATEGIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS T2 2016

HI5019 STRATEGIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS T2 2016

Assignment 2 (Business Report)

Group Assignment

In groups of three or four, you will be required to conduct research on AIS/ERP Systems for your client, including define business processes, develop business requirements, determine the systems requirements, software selection, and vendor selection. Then prepare a Business Report for the client detailing the processes of selecting an AIS/ERP to help them to make an informed decision for investment in an accounting software to take their business to the next level. The report should be about 3000 (three thousand) words and should be submitted in an MSWord format document for the client. Each group would be required to find AIS/ERP that addresses the different aspects of the clients’ business especially the area of their enumerated challenges and should also ensure that the client’s business requirements are addressed. You may also employ any analysis or design tool in the preparation of your report – so long as the results are suitable for presentation in the required Word document and are your own work.

HI5003 – ECONOMICS FOR BUSINESS & ASSESSMENT TASK

Comparative advantage – How companies and countries are becoming specialized in certain industries to compete and expand their businesses. Compare Australia with any other country.

GDP- Compare Australia with any other economy and discuss their GDP last 2 to 5 years and factors affecting their GDP

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Using the Correct methods to write the personal statement

It is not easy for a student to get admission in a reputed university. Apart from submitting a list of educational documents, you also need to convince the administration of the university that you are one of the best candidates’ available. This is done by submitting a personal statement. Through this statement, you need to present a convincing argument that you should be selected by the academic institution.

Information regarding research paper on Processes of Social Interaction

What are the processes of social interaction?

According to Maciver and Page, a process means a “continues change taking place in a definite manner through the operation of forces present from the first within the situation”. Social processes are the products of social interactions which can be classified into following two groups:

  • Associative processes
  • Dissociative processes