Class Schedule

ACC315 Section E - 2017 Spring Term

ACC315: Tax Accounting II - 0 Hours

Prerequisite: ACC215

Tax Accounting II is a continuation and expansion of Tax Accounting I with focus on business entities taxation. This course will emphasize individual (Schedule C), real estate (Schedule E), corporate (C and S corporations - Form 1120 and 1120 S) partnerships (Form 1065) and other entity taxation in accordance with the latest Internal Revenue Service (IRS) code. This course will also examine such concepts as AMT (Alternative Minimum Tax), stock options as well as Schedule F, farming income, and hobby losses. The course will delve into tax administration, tax planning and research.

Kassandra McElhiney

Kassandra McElhiney
Title: Adjunct Faculty
Dept: Accounting
Office: (not available)
Phone: (309) 692-4092 x2340
Fax: (309) 692-3893

Section Information

Section: E
Format: eLearning
Time: eLearning
LMS: Joule
Seats Filled: 7 of 20


Title Author ISBN Price Required
* Income Tax Fundamentals 2016, 34th Ed. Whittenburg 9781305664487 $240.75 Yes
  • * This course material contains an electronic component that may not be included when purchased as used or rented from other suppliers.

Sections Offered

2017 Spring Term (February 20th, 2017–May 14th, 2017)
Course Section Instructor Location Time
ACC315: Tax Accounting II E McElhiney, Kassandra Joule eLearning

Number of classes: 1