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## HI6028 Taxation theory, Practice & Law

### Question 1

(Marks – 10)

Calculate Total Assessable Income, Taxable Income, Tax Liability, Student loan (HECS), Medicare Levy, and Medicare Levy Surcharge if applicable, for the taxpayer (Susanne) with the information below:

• Susanne is a single and an Australian resident plans to lodge a tax return for the tax year 2020 – 2021.
• Her total taxable income is \$90,000 (Including tax withheld).
• She does not have private health insurance.
• Susanne has a student loan HECS outstanding for her previous study at Sydney University of

\$53,000.

• Her employer pays superannuation guarantee charge of 9.5% on top of her salary to her nominated fund.
• Susanne earned a passive income of \$10,000 from the investments in shares in the same tax year.

Hint: The following website can be used to cross-check your answer, but you need to provide the detailed calculations, rates and explanations with the screenshots of rates from the ATO website. https://www.paycalculator.com.au/

### Question – 2

Marks (7.5 +7.5 =15)

Part-A

What is ‘fringe benefit tax’ (FBT)? Explain at least five main salient features of the FBT?

### Part -B

Calculate the taxable value of the fringe benefit using the statutory formula in the following case context:

Carron provides his employee (Rabbie) with the use of a Nissan Xtrail car 196 days during the FBT year. During the period, the car travelled 15,000 km. Carron purchased the car last year for \$45,000. Rabbie contributed \$1,500 towards the cost of running the car and has provided Carron with relevant documentation.

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Table 1: Six categories of Academic Integrity breaches

Source: INQAAHE, 2020

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