17. When his employer dismissed him without notice, Daren sued for breach of contract. He was awarded damages for wrongful dismissal in the amount of $80,000. the approximate amount of the compensation he would have received in the notice period provided in his employment contract. The $80,000 is: (a) not taxable (b) taxable as employment income (c) taxable as income from property (d) taxable on $40,000 only (e) none of the above
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