421 spring 2009 W 7 pm

421 spring 2009 W 7 pm - ACCOUNTING 421 TAXATION COURSE...

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ACCOUNTING 421 TAXATION COURSE SYLLABUS Wednesday 7:10 PM - 9:50 PM OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY Spring Semester 2010 Instructor: Walter W. Berry 757-683-4716 Constant Hall 2182 Facsimile 757-482-6935 E-Mail [email protected] Office hours: at 12:30 pm by prior appointment Monday, Wednesday, & Friday 3:00-5:00pm Wednesday 6:30-7:10 pm Wednesday COURSE MATERIALS 1. South-Western Federal Taxation 2010: Individual Income Taxes, 33 nd REQUIRED CATALOG DESCRIPTION 2006-2008 Catalog: Acct 421/521: Taxation. Lecture 3 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisites: ACCT 201 or 226, ACCT 202 or 227 or ACCT 601, and junior standing or permission of the chief departmental advisor. Students must have a C- or better in ACCT 421 to graduate with a concentration in accounting. An analysis of federal income tax law and its application to personal and business tax situations. Reconciliation of tax and accounting concepts. 2008-2010 Catalog: Acct 421/521: Taxation. Lecture 3 hours; 3 credits. Prerequisites: ACCT 301 with a C or better, junior standing or permission of the chief departmental advisor. Students must have a C- or better in ACCT 421 to graduate with a concentration in accounting. An analysis of federal income tax law and its application to personal and business tax situations. Reconciliation of tax and accounting concepts. COURSE MANAGEMENT The responsibility for your education in this course is a shared one between you and me. It is my responsibility to act as your mentor to bear primary responsibility for the course, but I expect you to actively participate and to assume responsibility for your education.
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This course requires a significant amount of reading outside of class. I will endeavor to attempt to be selective in the reading assignments in order to achieve the most information for the time invested. All items, without exception, submitted as a requirement
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2011 for the course ACCT 4 taught by Professor Berry during the Spring '11 term at Old Dominion.

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421 spring 2009 W 7 pm - ACCOUNTING 421 TAXATION COURSE...

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