Personal and business tax are complicated areas of study with nuances and constant updates via legislation. This graduate-level Certificate of Completion will help you develop skills and knowledge necessary to adapt to changes. Specifically, you will learn how to work with tax laws, the implications of law on practice, tax research processes, and more. You will also learn about taxation of flow-through entities, estate planning, communication of tax research, and more.
Courses in this certificate include:
This course covers advanced topics for the individual taxpayer including credits, alternative minimum tax, like-kind exchanges, passive activities and sales assets. Also covered in this course are tax periods and accounting methods with major emphasis on working with tax laws, tax rules and procedures for the tax practitioner, and the tax research processes. Prereq: AC 331
This class covers the creation, formation, and liquidation of C corporations as well as tax practices and ethics as they relate to C corporations. Also covered will be taxation across state lines, business tax credits, and international tax. Prerequisite: AC 331
This course will cover tax issues for flow-through entities such as Subchapter S corporations, partnerships, Limited Liability Companies, trusts and estates. Also addressed will be estate and gift taxes, tax planning issues, tax practice and ethics. Sources and applications of federal tax law are also covered. The course also emphasizes tax research processes including appropriate communication. Prereq: AC 331
This course covers tax issues relating to investments, charitable giving, estate planning, business succession planning, ethics, and cross-border tax considerations. Sources and application of federal tax law are also covered. The course emphasizes tax research processes including appropriate communication. Prereq: AC 331