ACCT 305 | Weatherhead

Income Tax: Concepts, Skills, Planning

3.00 credit hours

This course addresses U.S. Federal Income Taxation concepts and applications. The subject matter includes topics applicable to individuals, partnerships and corporations and various other entities required to file income tax returns. In addition the subject matter addressed includes a variety of business, legal and taxation concepts and practices related to effective tax planning. The purpose of the course is to provide the student with the appropriate knowledge and skill levels to speak the language of U.S. tax.

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Erica Neuman (Spring 2020)

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