BUSI 2005 R - Income Tax Fundamentals
A foundation course that aims to introduce the fundamental concepts of income tax laws and regulations as significant elements in the planning and decision making process of taxpayers and managers. Problems, issues and planning associated with the Income Tax Act are discussed. Precludes additional credit for BUSI 3005 and BUSI 4005. Prerequisite(s): BUSI 1001 or BUSI 1004 with a grade of C- or higher.
CRN for section R: 10559
Instructor: Emily Gray
About the instructor: Emily Gray is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA, CA). She holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Carleton University, with a concentration in accounting. She was highly involved in the Uniform Final Examination (UFE) with the CICA since placing on the honour roll when she wrote until its final offering and continues to be involved in its new form as the Common Final Exam (CFE) with CPA Canada.
Before joining Carleton, Emily was a senior auditor at Deloitte, in the Private Client Services group, and a financial management adviser at the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. She currently sits on the Board of Evaluators with CPA Ontario.
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