ACC 672 - Investment and Tax Financial Planning
This course focuses on the study of tax policy and the economic environment as it relates to strategic tax planning for investments, compensation, business and personal taxation. Basic tax rules that impact compensation planning from the point of view of the employer and the employee are covered along with the tax rules that are relevant for investment planning. An introduction to the rules governing trusts, estates and gifts is also part of the course.
Credit Hours: 3 hrs
Prerequisites: or ( and )
Major Restrictions: Master of Science in Accounting students; and students admitted to the graduate side of the 150-hour BBA-Accounting/MSA and 150-hour BBA-AIS/MSA programs only.
Course Revisions: This course will be listed as ACC 572 “Investment and Tax Financial Planning”, effective Winter 2012. The course revision also includes a prerequisite change from “ACC 501 or (ACC 240 and ACC 241 )” to “ACC 344 or ACC 544 ”.
Last Updated: Course Number/Description/Prerequisite Change 11/2011, effective Winter 2012; 12/2007, effective Spring 2008
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