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To begin or advance your career in accounting consider a master's of accounting degree. These “coursework” based degree programs will give you in depth knowledge of accounting issues and advanced accounting strategies
The USA remains the world’s most popular destination for international students. Universities in the US dominate the world rankings and the country also offers a wide variety of exciting study locations. State university systems are partially subsidized by state governments, and may have many campuses spread around the state, with hundreds of thousands of students.
Oklahoma is a state of US. Along with largest public institutions the two state universities of this state is top ranked in business programs. There are 11 public universities in the state. The higher education institutes of Oklahoma holds a lot of sports titles along with academic brilliance.
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An intense three-day program classroom with instruction on the on S Corporations tax issues and distributions to shareholders, and real estate concepts, costs, losses, and sales. [+]
This is an intense three-day program. Each day will be eight-hours of classroom instruction on the on S Corporations tax issues and distributions to shareholders, and real estate concepts, costs, losses, and sales.
Outline of Topics:
S Corporations and Their Shareholders:An Introduction and Overview of Subchapter S
Part 1 Eligibility for S Corporation Status Part 2 Election, Revocation and Termination Part 3 Treatment of Shareholders Part 4 Distributions to Shareholders Part 5 Taxation of the S Corporation Part 6 Coordination with Subchapter C
Taxation of Property Transactions:Overview of Concepts, Sales, Costs & Revenues
Part 1 Introduction and Overview Part 2 Cost Recovery Issues Part 3 Loss Transactions Part 4 Property Sales Part 5 Non-recognition Transactions Part 6 Capital Gains and Losses ... [-]
This one-day course teaches generally accepted accounting principles, implications of the three common finance statements, cash flow, types of financial analysis, budgeting ratio analysis, valuation and more. [+]
Accounting and Finance for Attorneys-Applications of Finance, Accounting & Economics In a Legal EnvironmentEvery attorney needs a sound understanding of finance and accounting as a part of an everyday legal practice whether you need to communicate with expert witnesses or make more effective legal decisions. This one-day course teaches generally accepted accounting principles, implications of the three common finance statements, cash flow, types of financial analysis, budgeting ratio analysis, valuation and more. Co-sponsored by the TU College of Law and Approved by the Oklahoma Bar Association.
New Dates to be AnnouncedTarget audience
AttorneysParalegalsAnyone in the legal profession who needs to know the implications of financial statement analysis and valuation techniques... [-]
You need to understand the basics of accounting & finance- whether you are an experienced manager with increasing budget responsibilities, a new manager, a small business owner, a board member or investor. [+]
Need a better understanding of accounting & finance principles & where your managerial budget fits into the firm’s big picture? Want to understand accounting lingo? Want some “hands on” interaction to help you come to grips with those bottom line decisions? Whether you are an experienced manager with increasing budget responsibilities, a new manager, a small business owner, a board member or investor—you need to understand the basics of accounting & finance
We are pleased to announce our partnership with the makers of Zodiak, a financial game being used by several fortune 500 companies to educate employees on the basics of accounting & finance. Zodiak involves participants in a game simulation where they purchase a company, invest $4 million, sign a bank loan & try to make business decisions that will make the firm successful. ... [-]