Tax Practice: Analysis, Planning and Communications

3.00 credit hours

This course concentrates on teaching the identification of key U.S. tax issues, the analysis of fundamental tax concepts and the underlying interpretation and application of tax law through the use of appropriate authoritative sources. Both oral and written communication will be utilized to present tax planning research results. Actual court cases will be used as the basis for simulating practical client scenarios.

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Michele Meckfessel (Spring 2014)
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