Spring 2014 - Partnership Tax
O'Daniel, Patrick L
Bowers, William P
Course ID: 354Q Unique # 29280 Credit Hours: 3
11:50 am - 2:40 pm
Friday, May 9
This course is restricted to upper division students only.
Prerequisite: FIT. The course covers the taxation of partnerships, limited liability companies and S corporations, the most common forms of business organizations that involve a single level of tax. Most business entities with non-publicly traded interests take one of these forms; almost all such entities should take one of these forms. The rules on partnership tax also are increasingly relevant to a corporate and international practice as partnerships are used for corporate and international joint ventures and as vehicles for mergers and acquisitions. The course is essential for anyone who intends to practice in tax. It is useful for anyone who intends to practice in an area involving significant business planning.
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