According to a 2013 Quinnipiac survey, approximately two-thirds of Americans find the federal income tax system to be too complicated, and therefore resort to outsourcing the work of filing to a third party. More often than not, those who choose this option pay hefty fees for the convenience of having their taxes prepared for them. Thanks to Beta Alpha Psi’s (BAP) new tax assistance program, however, come tax day, you won’t have to pay a dime. Read more
Travis Tung, an accomplished graduate student at CU Denver’s School of Business, recently sat down with me to discuss his academic experience at the university, as well as his plans for after graduation. Read more
After you make a purchase, do you notice the sales tax printed on the receipt? What would happen if that amount increased? Based upon the newest research from Dr. Michael Roberts, Director of the Accounting Program at the University of Colorado, in collaboration with Dr. Cynthia Blanthorne of the University of Rhode Island, you might not notice. What’s more, if you did, you probably would adapt to the increased tax fairly quickly. Read more
It’s tax season and income taxes continue to be a significant element of almost every company’s financial statements. Understanding how the impacts of complex tax laws are reported in the financial statements is critical to making informed business decisions.
To assist decision makers, the MS Taxation Program at the University of Colorado Denver Business School is excited to announce the new graduate course “Accounting for Income Taxes.” Designated ACCT 6475, the course will be offered for the first time Summer 2015. Read more