Corporate Taxation (TAXX 722)
This is a continuing professional education course for CPAs. The class is a study of the following: choice of entity for conducting business; taxation of corporations, partnerships, and corporations; tax accounting methods and taxable years; tax credits; alternative minimum tax, and reconciliation of book and taxable income; and corporate redemptions and liquidations. An overview of corporate reorganizations is included.
Tax Planning & Administration (TAXX 723)
This is a continuing professional education course for CPAs. The class is an advanced course in current tax practices and planning methods, with emphasis on planning, formation, operation and liquidation of corporate entities. Some topics considered are the effects of tax-free incorporation, personal holding companies, professional corporations, accumulated-earnings tax and collapsible corporations.
State & Local Taxation (TAXX 729)
This is a continuing professional education course for CPAs. The class is an analysis of state and local taxes affecting individuals and businesses in the tri-state area (New York, New Jersey and Connecticut). Included is a study of issues involving residency and non-residency, domicile, and sources of income taxed in each jurisdiction. New York State income, sales and general business taxes, rent taxes, and franchise taxes are covered.
Corporate Reorganizations (TAXX 730)
This is a continuing professional education course for CPAs. The class is a study of reorganizations, recapitalizations, stock redemptions, acquisition and disposal of assets, mergers, divisive reorganizations, and corporate liquidations.
Fundamentals of Qualifed Employee Benefit Plans (TAXX 780)
This is a continuing professional education course for CPAs. The class is an introduction to employee benefit plans that covers the analysis of types of plans that can be established by the employer; reviews tax rules involving participation, vesting, deduction limitations, benefit limitations and other requirements for plan qualification; and considers group insurance, flexible benefit plans, IRAs and simplified employee pensions (SEPs).