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Principles of Taxation
This unit aims to develop the ability to understand, interpret and use financial reports. The unit is structured to provide an understanding of accounting concepts, issues and problems. The focus of the unit is on accounting for external users and after developing an understanding of the basic concepts underlying external general-purpose financial reports, techniques to analyse such reports are examined. Student also learn basic principles in relation to preparation of financial statements.
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Deborah Gilchrist, B.Com (Murdoch), ACA, CPA
Debbie holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Murdoch University with majors in accounting and economics and is a Member of both the Institute of Chartered Accountants and CPA Australia.
With over 20 years experience in public practice, commerce and consulting, Debbie brings a wealth of practical knowledge and expertise to her teaching and academic roles in which she has been engaged for the past 3 years, first at Notre Dame University and now at UWA. Debbie’s has taught in Financial Accounting, Taxation and Managerial Finance.
Commencing her career with Chartered Accounting firm Deloitte, Debbie was engaged initially in audit and then in taxation. She left Deloitte as Manager, Indirect Taxation and Incentives to enter commerce as Group Accountant for a listed public telecommunications company and subsidiaries. Debbie then worked for a large international engineering firm, first as Senior Project Accountant for a $1 billion construction project and then as Finance Manager and Acting Company Secretary for the group’s Australian head office.
A successful consulting career then followed in which Debbie provided various economic development and management services to clients including feasibility studies, business planning, expedition of government funding, strategic analysis and planning, business incubator development and other activities.
Her research interests include accounting and auditing in the not-for-profit and public sectors.
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