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ACC 544 - Federal Income Taxation


This course is an introductory study of the tax rules governing individuals. It provides a basic knowledge of the tax formula, property transactions and business and personal deductions that facilitates optimum decision-making in both personal and business contexts. This course also provides a foundation for the study of tax planning, research and compliance.

Credit 3 hrs May not be repeated for additional credit
Grade Mode Normal (A-F) Course Rotation Fall, Winter and Summer I (evening)

Prerequisites - ACC 240  and ACC 241 ; or ACC 501  
Restriction by Major - Accounting [M.S.]  students; and students admitted to the graduate side of the 150-hour BBA-Accounting/MSA  and 150-hour BBA-AIS/MSA  programs only
Restriction by Degree Type -

Updates: Course Rotation added 3/2015; 12/20007; effective Spring 2008


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