accsb591 | Graduate
Small Business Risk And Tax Management
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.
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Introduction to Business Taxation
- Apply tax planning implications to basic small businesses.
- Summarize various tax characteristics and their influence on organizational formation.
- Compare business entities and their respective tax consequences.
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.
Taxation of Property Exchanges and Risk Management
- Calculate various tax gains and losses from property dispositions and nontaxable exchanges in a small business.
- Identify characteristics, limitations, and coverage requirements of small business risk management.
- Summarize the effects of exchange of property for equity on various businesses.
Compensation and Compliance
- Differentiate tax consequences of compensation between small business employers and employees.
- Apply filing and payment requirements for individual and corporate taxation.
- Identify different insurance requirements for a small business.
- Perform a risk analysis addressing internal and external threats for small businesses.
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