The business taxation curriculum at RMU provides a deep introduction to three primary regimes in the Internal Revenue Code for federal taxation of business income – Subchapters C, K, and S. It is intended to help taxation professionals advise business owners and operators in assessing tax considerations in the context of business decision-making.
This certificate program, offered in evening sessions in downtown Pittsburgh, enhances the ability to offer insights into how the tax treatment of commercial operations and transactions impacts real world business problems. It is targeted at developing business taxation practitioners who can provide both compliance and tax planning assistance to business professionals and work effectively as liaisons between business clients and taxing authorities across a variety of industries.
- TAXN 6100 Tax Research
- TAXN 6130 Income Taxation of Corp. & Shareholders
- TAXN 6610 Federal Tax Considerations of Partnerships
- TAXN 6620 Subchapter S Corporations & Their Shareholders
These are some of the classes for students in this academic program: