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Unformatted text preview: 3520 Outline: 1/9/12 1-9 Thaddeus Hwong [firstname.lastname@example.org] School of Administrative Studies Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies AN OVERVIEW OF CANADIAN INCOME TAXATION AP/ADMS 3520 COURSE OUTLINE FOR ALL SECTIONS WINTER 2012 Canada is a great country, one of the hopes of the world. We can be a better one a country of greater equality, justice, and opportunity. We can build a prosperous economy and a society that shares its benefits more fairly. We can look after our seniors. We can offer better futures for our children. We can do our part to save the worlds environment. We can restore our good name in the world . Dont let them tell you it cant be done. My friends, love is better than anger. Hope is better than fear. Optimism is better than despair. So let us be loving, hopeful and optimistic. And well change the world. JACK LAYTON 1 Course Overview Tax is the price we pay for civilization, Justice Oliver W. Holmes of the U.S. Supreme Court said. In Canada we do have the instruments that we can use to finance the civil society. In this course we will take a glimpse of what we have and think a bit about what we should have. The course offers an overview of the taxation of personal and corporate incomes of Canadian taxpayers and provides the necessary foundation as the prerequisite for students to achieve the learning outcomes in AP/ADMS 4561 and 4562. To ensure that you have learnt what you need to learn, you are required to write two exams and prepare one research project for this course. In Winter 2012, Mr. Joseph Frankovic [ email@example.com ] teaches the on-campus section N (Friday 11:30 am at HNE 038). In addition, Ms. Seema Agarwal teaches the internet section M and blended section P 1 [ firstname.lastname@example.org ]. For course content questions please email your course director with your very specific academic questions. 1 The blended section is designed for IEP students. The section has three in-class sessions Jan. 4, February 8 and March 14. At least part of the three sessions will be recorded. 3520 Outline: 1/9/12 2-9 Thaddeus Hwong [email@example.com] If you have questions on specific course-related administrative issues, please email Professor Thaddeus Hwong [ firstname.lastname@example.org ]. Professor Hwong is the Associate Director of School of Administrative Studies. Your questions may be passed on to Ms. Cynthia Shea ( email@example.com ) for action. Ms. Shea handles, among other responsibilities, the administrative matters related to the exams in the course. Also, if you have questions on university academic policies and procedures including enrollment matters, missing an exam and petitions, please email Ms. Shea and copy Professor Hwong....
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2012 for the course ADMS 3520 taught by Professor S during the Spring '09 term at York University.
- Spring '09