Tax Accounting (BUSA 427) Prof. Fabio Ambrosio Spring 2017 Pacific Lutheran University Tax Accounting (BUSA 427) Spring 2017 T/R 1:45 - 3:30 p.m. (MCLT 105) Instructor: Fabio Ambrosio Office: MCLT 308 Office phone: (253) 535-7160 E-mail: [email protected] Office hours: • Tuesday and Thursdays: 10:00-11:30 a.m. • Other days and times by appointment only WebAssign Class Key: plu 0002 0150 Business School Mission Statement : The PLU School of Business is a community of engaged faculty, staff, and administrators who provide an excellent business education in a student-centered learning environment grounded in the liberal arts that inspires students to: • LEARN for life, • LIVE purposefully, • LEAD responsibly, and • CARE for others. Course Description: Study of income tax concepts, regulation, and tax planning principles. Both individual income taxation and business taxation are discussed. Prerequisite: BUSA 202. (4 credits) Prerequisites: • BUSA 202, Financial Accounting • Proficiency with Microsoft Excel Required Textbook(s): Title: CCH Federal Taxation, Basic Principles Edition: 2017 Author: Smith, Harmelink, Hasselback Publisher: Wolters Kluwer ISBN: 978-0-8080-4360-7 This class requires access to WebAssign, an online homework platform powered by CCH Wolters Kluwers. Access to WebAssign costs $40.95, if purchased separately from the paper textbook. In the alternative, you could purchase the WebAssign/Ebook bundle for $65.95.
Tax Accounting (BUSA 427) Prof. Fabio Ambrosio Spring 2017 Pacific Lutheran University You will purchase access to WebAssign or the WebAssign/Ebook bundle directly on the WebAssign website. Follow the instructions below under “Accessing the WebAssign site." Accessing the WebAssign site: Homework assignments, flashcards, and other support material for this course are available on WebAssign. To enroll in WebAssign, follow these steps: 1. Visit 2. Click on “Enter Class Key” at the top right 3. Enter the Class Key: plu (first box), 0002 (second box), 0150 (third box). Click “Submit” 4. Follow the prompts Accessing the Sakai site: Supplemental readings and other documents for this course will be posted on Sakai. To access Sakai, visit and login with your ePass (username and password).
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