Personal Meet and Greet
We would like to extend an invitation to join us for a personal “meet-and-greet” with the members of the Graduate School of Professional Accounting community.
This personal session can be tailored to meet your needs, to answer your questions, and to aid you in making the best decision on attending graduate school.
- Meet a member of our faculty over coffee and discuss our programs, curriculum, and get valuable insight into taxation careers
- Chat with a member of our admissions staff to talk about the application process and the learning opportunities within the MS in Taxation curriculum
- Take a tour of the campus and talk about housing options available to you
- Speak with the program director, Julie Chasse, to answer any specific program questions and to learn about the power of the alumni network
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to partake in this unique class visit experience.
Visit a class and learn what our MS in Taxation is all about.
|Classes Open to Visitors
Corporations and Shareholders
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Provides an in-depth study of the tax issues related to the corporate form and the corresponding tax implications for its shareholders. Given the importance of corporations in the federal income tax system, an understanding of the tax issues related to this type of business is essential for tax professionals. Topics include capital formation and structure, the operations of the corporation, distributions, dividends and redemptions, sales and liquidations, and taxable and tax-free reorganizations.
Partners and Partnerships
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Provides an in-depth study of the tax issues related to one of the central flow-through entities, the partnership. The increasing popularity of flow-through entities as an organizational form has made an understanding of the tax issues related to this type of entity an important area of study for tax professionals. Topics include capital formation, operations, transactions between the partner and the partnership, distributions, sales of partnership interests, and liquidation of the partnership.
Additional Information For Visitors
Check-in for classes is held in Dodge Hall, in Suite 412 on the fourth floor. Please remember to arrive at a minimum of 20 minutes before the class is scheduled to start. The street address for Dodge Hall is 324 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115. The MBTA green E line train stops directly in front of the building and there are two parking lots within walking distance. Parking passes are available in the office of the Graduate School of Professional Accounting. The Renaissance Parking Garage is located at 835 Columbus Avenue and the Gainsborough Parking Garage is at 10 Gainsborough Street.
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