AC 309 Individual Income Tax
F2HH 2006 PA
Gould, Richard D.
B.S. Management/Accounting - Park UniversityMaster of Accountancy - Miami UniversityCertified Public Accountant
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Textbook: Income Tax Fundamentals, 2005 by Whittenburg & Altus-Buller ISBN 0-324-30099-9
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The Individual Income Tax Return
Gross Income & Exclusions,
Business Expenses & Retirement Plans,
Self-Employed & Employee Expenses,
Itemized Deductions & Other Incentives,
Credits & Special Taxes
Accounting Periods & Methods & Depreciation,
Capital Gains & Losses,
Withholding, Estimated Payments, & Payroll Taxes
Group Projects Due
The Corporate Income Tax
Tax Administration & Tax Planning
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