ACC215 Section E - 2017 Spring Term
ACC215: Tax Accounting I - 4 Hours
Students will be introduced to income tax fundamentals in accordance with the latest amendments to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) code and regulations. This course examines the practical aspects of filling out simple and complex 1040 forms. Topics covered include: taxable income, exclusions, deductions, employee business expenses, retirement accounts, gains and/or losses, AMT, simple Schedules C (self-employed) and E for rental property and passive activities, various tax credits, and estimated taxes.
|Title:||Director of Accounting|
|Phone:||(309) 692-4092 x3040|
|Seats Filled:||0 of 20|
|* 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.
2017 Spring Term (February 20th, 2017–May 14th, 2017)
|ACC215: Tax Accounting I||E||Roedell, Matthew R.||Joule||eLearning|
Number of classes: 1