The Strategic Business Program (SBP) is excited to announce a new course: Econ x430.70 Corporate Taxation. This course will count as 1 unit of Accounting Subject for the new CPA license requirements.
This new course was designed and will be taught by Jim Brewer, a Tax Partner at PwC.
This course will provide students with an introduction to U.S. corporate taxation as well as:
- Provide an overview of tax laws/concepts and compliance issues related to tax reporting for corporate taxpayers;
- Define and understand income-related topics such as gross receipts; interest and dividend income; and income from rents, royalties and ownership of partnership interests;
- Define and understand deduction-related issues such as cost of goods sold, compensation, bad debts, taxes, charitable contributions, amortization, and depreciation expense;
- Special topics will include alternative minimum tax; calculation and reporting of gains and losses; net operating losses; tax credits; the tax calculation; and estimated tax payments, penalties, and extensions.
Please be aware that this is a different format then the other SBP courses, and will be an all day Saturday course.
Class meeting: SATURDAY, MAY 11, 2013 from 8:00 – 5:00pm.
Enrollment is limited!