The students will be given an introduction to the principles of tax system, through the exam of statute laws and administrative rules of compliance. Personal Income Tax will also be examined. Theory and administrative issues of taxation. Taxes, fees and other public revenues. Source of tax law and constitutional statutory limits. The ability-to-pay principle.

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Course description. The course is designed to provide an overview of the general problems of the discipline and the fundamental features of the Italian tax system. TAX LAW The course in Tax Law aims at learning the fundamental principles and issues in direct and indirect taxation of the Italian system, as part of the civic education that every taxpayer must own General Part of the Programme.

Tax law - 9 cfu Lessons and textbook are in Italian but for foreign students is possible to have indications about English, French, or Spanish textbooks. For a better preparation is suggested the study with the italian tax law choice of the student :. For students in international mobility Erasmus, etc. The students may prepare for the exam general part with one of these textbooks choice of the tudent :.

Ricevimento: The meeting of the professor with students will be held in the classroom at the end of each lesson of the pertinent semester. Written examination. On request, is possible to have English or French texts.

Skip to main content. Study with us. Incoming students Courses Units Ph. About UniGe. Meteorological alert status. Teaching materials. The grey areas of the mentioned book are not in the programme. Foreign Textbooks: For students in international mobility Erasmus, etc. Paola Tarigo. Assessment methods Written examination. Amministrazione trasparente. Accesso generalizzato. Atti di notifica.

Elenco siti tematici. Partita IVA The course focuses on:.


31825 - Company's and Public Authorities Tax Law

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