ACCA TX Taxation (formerly F6)

This ACCA Taxation paper will give learners an insight into the tax system and how it impacts individuals, single companies and groups of companies.


Exam Structure

This paper is split into Sections A, B and C. Section A has 15 objective questions that are worth two marks each. Section B has 3 objective questions, worth 10 marks each. Section C has a 10-mark question and a 15-mark question.

Paper syllabus​

Learners of the ACCA Taxation paper will be introduced to the major technical areas of taxation. You will be taught why the tax system exists and how it works. You’ll then take an in-depth look into the specific types of taxes including income tax from those are self-employed and from investments, corporation tax, national insurance, inheritance tax, value added tax (VAT) and more.

You’ll also learn to compute tax liabilities and explain the basis of your calculations, incorporate tax- planning techniques for individuals and organisations and identify compliance issues.

Daytime classes are between 9.45am-1.15pm.

Afternoon classes are between 2.00pm-5.30pm.

Evening sessions run between 6.45pm-10.15pm.

LSBF offers flexible learning - you have the opportunity to choose between studying on-campus or online. Our GB Building campus is located in the city’s financial centre.

  • Understand the tax system, the obligations of taxpayers and issues that arise with non-compliance

  • Learn why there are varying contributions within the system by taxpayers

  • Explain and compute changeable gains of individuals

  • Find out how organisations are impacted by Value Added Tax (VAT)

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