Spring 2018 Course Schedule

Federal Personal Income Tax (LAW-647-002)
Gilbert Rothenberg

Meets: 06:00 PM - 07:50 PM (TuTh) - Yuma - Room Y400

Enrolled: 33 / Limit: 45

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Assessment: In-class exam, essay questions,In-class exam, open book,Class Participation


This course provides an overview of the legal rules applicable to federal income taxation for individuals, including core concepts such as income characteristics, timing problems, deductions (business, personal, and “mixed”), tax shelters, income splitting, and capital gains/losses. Assessment will be measured by an open-book, in-class final examination consisting of a series of essay questions.

Textbooks and Other Materials

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Bankman/Shaviro/Stark/Kleinbard, Federal Income Taxation (Wolters Kluwer - 17th ed. 2017) (earlier editions are NOT acceptable)

First Class Readings

Not available at this time.


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