AC 600 - Taxation (Business)
A case-based course with the focus of treatment of taxation on business with appropriate research.Provides instruction in taxation from a planning and business strategy perspective as well as relevant fraud and forensic issues. Incorporate applied ethics via problem-based case approach to ethical decision-making that develops understanding of ethical principle, moral reasoning and stakeholder considerations as they influence the choices offered and made in transactions and relationships.
Assignments: 10 Week Course
Interactivity: Discussion Board
Final Assessment: Final Project
Course Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this course, you should be able to do the following:
- Apply analytical-reasoning tools to assess how taxes affect economic decisions for business-taxpaying entities.
- Evaluate how taxes affect financial net income.
- Appraise the components of taxable-income determination across taxable-business entities.
- Assess possible tax approaches by using research skills to identify and evaluate strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities.
- Communicate tax conclusions and recommendations in a clear and concise manner to relevant stakeholders.
- Value the professional and ethical obligations for tax-service providers.
- Develop the technological skills necessary to undertake tax planning, compliance, and research strategies.
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