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ACCT 6630 Tax Analysis and Decision Making: Welcome & Course Readings

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Please find your required library readings below. If you have problems with the links below, please contact the Library. If you have APA questions about these materials, please contact the Writing Center.

ACCT 6630 Required Course Readings

The links are for required readings found in the Walden databases ONLY. For all other readings, see your course resources.

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Ball, J. S., & Furtick, B. H. (1998). Defending the accumulated earnings tax case. Florida Bar Journal, 72(11), 28.

Bergen, K., & Harris, M. (2011, March 6). 2 of 3 companies in state owe no taxes. Chicago Tribune, 4. 

Blumenfrucht, I. (2010). IRS examination questions. Practical Tax Strategies, 84(1), 60–61. 

Choice of Business Entity. (2015). Federal Tax Course Letter, 29(6), 1-9. 

Hopson, J. F., & Hopson, P. D. (2014). Making the Right Choice of Business Entity. The CPA Journal, 84(10), 42-47.

Lynch, J., Carsalade, R., Autrey, A., Arney, A., & Teixeira, J. (2010). Inbound transactions update. Journal of International Taxation, 21(7), 61–64.

Miller, M. J., & Zhang, L. (2010). Anti-deferral and anti-tax avoidance. International Tax Journal,36(1), 5–10, 56–57.

Urban, M. A. (2011). Special limitation periods for carryback assessments. The Tax Adviser, 42(7), 464. 

Varner, C. (2011, May 11). Big profits but no tax bill for General Electric. Pantagraph, C4. 

Winchester, R. (2008). Changing tradeoffs confront employee-shareholders who want to access corporate profits. NewsQuarterly ABA Section of Taxation, 27(4), 17–18. 

Yoder, L. D. (2009). Obama administration's proposal to limit classification of foreign entities as disregarded is misguided. Tax Management International Journal, 38(8), 526–527. 

Zucman, G. (2014). Taxing across borders: Tracking personal wealth and corporate profits. The Journal of Economic Perspectives, 121-148.


Other Readings

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