Syllabus - Binghamton University School of Management Acct....

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Binghamton University School of Management Acct. 375: Tax I Personal Income Tax Course Syllabus Fall 2008 (b) Sec. 03 @ 6.00-7.25 p.m. Room: AAG019 Instructor: Richard W. Mertens, Esq., BBA. JD, LLM E-Mail: [email protected] Phone: (607) 723-9511 Office: Rm# AA 271 Office Hours: TBA. Or by appointment. MATERIALS : Required Hoffman, Smith, Willis, 2009 ed., West’s Federal Taxation: Individual Income Taxes Recommended On line student resources http://wft.swlearning.com OBJECTIVES : This course is designed to introduce students to the philosophical, economic and legal aspects of the United States federal system of income taxation. It is also designed to acquaint students with the concepts and applications of the federal tax law, as it applies to individuals, and to give students experience in basic tax research, tax planning and individual income tax return preparation. This is a basic level introductory course to provide a basic understanding
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This note was uploaded on 03/14/2009 for the course ACCT 575 taught by Professor Generalaccounting during the Spring '09 term at Binghamton University.

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