Tax Accounting I

ACCT 241

Examines fundamental federal, state, and local tax concepts, related to individuals. The course includes a comprehensive overview of the legislative process; basic tax structure; essential aspects of tax research; gross income; business, employee, and itemized deductions; and property transactions. The course provides experience in the use of various federal forms and schedules, including Schedule C for the calculation of profit/loss for sole proprietorships. A consideration of the ethical obligations of tax preparers is included. The course uses computer technology and problem-solving techniques to supplement classroom work.3 lecture hours per week.NOTE: Course offered fall, spring, and may be offered during additional sessions.

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