Tax Accounting


Course Overview

Course Code: ACCT-212

Department: Accounting

Credit Hours: 3.00

A study of the Federal Revenue Acts as they relate to individual and business income tax procedures. Topics include income inclusions, exclusions, capital gains and losses, business and personal deductions, accounting methods, and all aspects of tax laws as applied by the Internal Revenue Service and as interpreted by the tax courts. This is a practical hands-on type of course in which the student gains the knowledge and skills to actually prepare income tax returns. Prerequisite: ACCT 201 or permission of instructor

Course Schedule

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Term: 2019FA

Section Name: ACCT-212-OL01D

Location: Online

Available Seats: 16

Faculty Name: D. Michael

Min Credits: 3.00

Comments: The Bookstore Fee (BKFEE) covers the cost of digital materials for this class, which will be available through Blackboard the first day of class. There is no physical textbook required for this class. An email with additional information will be sent to the student email of those student who register for the class.

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