Spring 2019 Course Information
Personal Income Taxation
||University of Missouri
||3 credit hours - $580 per credit
||January 22, 2019 - May 09, 2019
This course focuses on in-depth information of income tax practices and procedures including tax regulations, tax return preparation, the tax audit process, the appeals process, preparation for an administrative or judicial forum, and ethical considerations of taxation. Students learn new and emerging issues related to taxation. Family and individual case studies provide students practice in applying and analyzing tax information and recommending appropriate tax strategies.
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GEN COMBO MCGRAW-HILLS TAXATION OF INDIVIDUALS 2019; CONNECT ACCESS CARD
Brian C. Spilker Professor
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
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. Instructors may restrict course access until the first day of class.
Returning students will be sent information on how to access this information and reset their password if they have forgotten it. Students are loaded into the course site one week before the start date of the class; however, instructors may restrict course access until the first day of class.
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This course does not require an exam proctor.
This course does not include synchronous components.