Tax I: Taxation of Individuals & Forecasting Analytics

Restriction: Must be in Business and Management (Master's) program; or permission of BMGT-Robert H Smith School of Business. Federal taxation of individuals focusing on income, exclusions, deductions, depreciation, credits and capital transactions including home ownership. Property coverage includes the tax consequences of sales and dispositions of personal use assets, investment and business assets. Both tax planning and compliance issues are also covered. In addition the course covers waged based and equity-based compensation, taxable and nontaxable benefits as well as deferred compensation and various retirement plans. In addition, students will learn how to utilize regression analysis and scenario analysis to provide additional insights about these tax topics and to forecast future effective tax rates.

Fall 2022

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