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Course module: 695525-B-6
695525-B-6
Introduction to Tax Law
Course info
Course module695525-B-6
Credits (ECTS)6
CategoryBA (Bachelor)
Course typeCourse
Language of instructionDutch
Offered byTilburg University; Tilburg Law School; TLS: Department of Tax Law; Tax Law;
Is part of
B Tax Law
B Law: Track Dutch Law
B Law
B Law: Specialization Business Law
B Law: Track International and European Law
Lecturer(s)
Lecturer
mr.dr. G.M.C.M. Staats
Other course modules lecturer
Lecturer
mr. M. Vossen
Other course modules lecturer
Academic year2020
Starting block
SM 2
Course mode
Full-time
RemarksCaution: this information is subject to change
Registration openfrom 21/01/2021 up to and including 20/08/2021
Aims
• Provide insight into the main lines of taxation of individuals and corporations and indicate how one should act from a fiscal point of view in simple cases
• Have knowledge of the general principles of Dutch tax law
• Realise oneself that legal issues often have tax effects.
Content
This course is obligatory for first year students of all legal Bachelor programmes. The course introduces the students to tax law. Students are enabled to become familiar with and within the field of tax law. In order to do that, the main lines of taxation of individuals and corporations will be elaborated, guided by specific, actual situations. Starting point is the life-line of two persons. We see these persons living together, working, buying a house, marrying, quitting their jobs to start a business of their own, placing their business in a close corporation, nearly getting divorced, eventually selling their business and finally being confronted with decease. By connecting to these actual real-life situations, the signal function of the law will come into view as well. A lawyer should take notice that legal problems often have tax consequences. For example, the determination of alimony and reorganisation of corporations. These tax consequences themselves have an influence on the decision-making process. The Bachelor's programme 'Tax law' will elaborate the outline offered in this course.
Contact person
J.G.J. Klijs MSc
Timetable information
Introduction to Tax Law
Required materials
Literature
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Title:Inleiding belastingheffing ondernemingen en particulieren
Author:Staats (red.) e.a.
Publisher:SDU Fiscale & Financiële Uitgevers
Literature
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Title:Fiscale wettenbundel
Recommended materials
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Tests
Written (75%)

Final Result

Midterm (25%)

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