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Accounting & Finance

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Course code:SC-TPB401
Online:$99
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Course code:SC-TPB401
CRICOS code:-
Next on-campus intake:-
Online:$99
Blended:-
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About the Course

If you aspire to, or currently have responsibility in carrying out business activity and instalment activity statement tasks, this short course is for you.

The course will cover the following topics:

  • Identify individual compliance and other requirements
  • Recognise and apply GST implications and code transactions
  • Report on payroll activities and amounts withheld
  • Complete and reconcile activity statement
  • Lodge activity statement

You will learn how to interpret and apply legislation related to taxes reported on activity statements, identify and document policies in relation to compliance with the Code of Professional Conduct, identify and access information or services outside of your scope of opeeration, identify and document lodgement schedule requirements, assess entity's cash flow and payment options and initiate discussion with management to ensure sufficient funds are available, apply and record goods and services tax (GST) principles, identify and code purchases and/or payments as per GST classifications, identify and code sales and/or receipts as per GST classifications, process accounting data to comply with tax reporting requirements, identify and reconcile total salaries and other payments for the accounting period, verify and calculate pay as you go (PAYG) instalment amounts where applicable, generate and review ativity statement reports, complete BAS and/or IAS return in accordance with current legislative and statutory requirements, reconcile figures completed on BAS and/or IAS form with journal entries and financial statements, lodge activity statement and process and record payments and refunds as required.

This course can be taken as part of the Certificate IV in Accounting and Bookkeeping. This course can also be taken as one of the entry requirements for the Diploma of Accounting course. If you would like to undertake this course as part of the Australian accounting diploma, please speak to one of our Student & Administration Support Managers prior to enrolling.

Benefits of completing a short course online:

  • You can save on travel time and costs
  • Online courses are usually more affordable
  • You can study at your own pace, on your own time
  • You can to pick up new skills and knowledge at the comforts of your own home