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Small Business Risk And Tax Management

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This course applies principles of controllership to managing small business risk and taxes. Students learn to evaluate financial risks and tax consequences of alternative elections. Other topics include business formation and registration, separation of owner from entity, internal controls, insurance, common tax issues affecting small business, and succession planning.

This graduate-level course is 6 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 6 weeks

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    Taxation of Property Exchanges and Risk Management

    • Identify characteristics, limitations, and coverage requirements of small business risk management.
    • Summarize the effects of exchange of property for equity on various businesses.
    • Calculate various tax gains and losses from property dispositions and nontaxable exchanges in a small business.

    Compensation and Compliance

    • Differentiate tax consequences of compensation between small business employers and employees.
    • Apply filing and payment requirements for individual and corporate taxation.

    Risk Management

    • Identify different insurance requirements for a small business.
    • Perform a risk analysis addressing internal and external threats for small businesses.

    Introduction to Business Taxation

    • Summarize various tax characteristics and their influence on organizational formation.
    • Compare business entities and their respective tax consequences.
    • Apply tax planning implications to basic small businesses.

    Tax Preparation and Planning

    • Explain how tax consequences influence net present value calculations and decision-making strategies.
    • Determine the effects of the four tax variables on a transaction.
    • Recognize how various accounting methods affect the level of taxable income.

    Accounting for Property Acquisitions and Corporate Tax

    • Apply various cost recovery methods to reduce taxable income in a small business.
    • Identify a corporation’s legal characteristics.
    • Compute taxable income and tax credits for a corporation.
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