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Golden Gate University School of Taxation - Seattle Campus, the largest and one of the most respected graduate tax programs in the country, has earned a reputation for providing the most comprehensive online and in-person tax education available.
GGU has been serving the Seattle area since 1974. Situated in downtown Seattle's 4th and Pike Building, GGU Seattle offers evening courses (Monday through Thursday) leading to the Master of Science in Taxation or to various certificates in taxation.
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It's not too late to sign up for our Spring Semester beginning January 7th. The following courses will be offered in our Seattle classroom. Advanced Federal Income Taxation taught by John White Tax Timing taught by Randy Churchill Federal Taxation of Trusts and Estates taught by David Keene
GGU School of Taxation Seattle Campus is pleased to announce our annual GGU Expert Tax Lecture Thursday January 22nd, and Friday January 23rd from 8:30 AM until noon each day. Times: 8:30 AM to noon (8:00 AM - registration, coffee and pastries) Location: AGC Building, 1200 Westlake Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109 (same building as McCormick & Schmicks Harborside Restaurant), conference room, enter by Starbucks Thursday Morning Speakers and Topic • 8:30 – 9:50 - Adjunct Professors Don DeSantis and Greg Roer will go over the important 2014 cases, rulings and developments. • 10:00 – 12:00 - One of GGU’s most popular tax professors, IRS Deputy Division Counsel TEGE Kirk Paxson, will bring you up to date on what’s new with the IRS. We will also take advantage of having Professor Paxson at our conference by setting aside time for Q&As. where you can ask him questions. Friday Morning Speakers and Topics • 8:30 – 9:50 – Adjunct Professors, and amazing speakers, Greg White and George Koutelieris will get you up-to-speed on how the new health care provisions will affect the upcoming 2014 filing season. This is such an important and relevant topic for this tax season. • 10:00 – 12:00 – We are so fortunate to have Adjunct Professor Lloyd Born present a discussion on Partnership Liabilities-Multiple Tax Issues. Professor Born’s ability to take a complex subject and present it clearly and insightfully is second to none. You will leave this presentation with clarity and understanding of this tough, but critical, partnership area. The cost is $40 for one day; $80 for two. If you would like to attend and have not received the registration form via email please email Julie Morgan at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please join us today at noon (PST) for an information session on #GGU's MS Taxation program. Webinar hosted by our Assistant Dean, Audrey Ching. Attend and receive an application waiver fee code. Start Graduate School this Spring!! RSVP at: http://ow.ly/Dba3g
Still time to register for today's informational session/webinar on the MS Taxation program. Please join us at 12 pm (PST) to find out if this program and GGU is a good fit for you. Application waiver code will be sent out to all attendees. RSVP at http://ow.ly/CanFf
SUMMER GRADUATE TAX COURSES MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR OF GOLDEN GATE UNIVERSITY-SEATTLE CAMPUS Dear Students, The summer classes at the Seattle GGU campus are exceptional this year. Learning in person, with the best and most experienced tax experts in the city, is a unique and invaluable opportunity and experience. The commitment you will make, in terms of your time and resources, will be repaid tenfold in knowledge, real-world insights, and confidence. I can’t say enough about our faculty. They bring the best in tax knowledge and have the real-world experience to make each class fascinating. I encourage you to live-up to your tax-potential, and learn from the best. Our summer classes are as follows: TA 318, Advanced Federal Income Tax, Mondays, Greg Roer, Shevaun Hopkins TA 319, Federal Tax Procedures, Thursdays, Diane Tebelius, Robert McCallum, 10 weeks, 5:00 – 9:00 PM, May 7 – July 9, at LeSourd Patten TA 325, Estate and Gift Taxation, Wednesdays, Judd Marten, 10 weeks, 5:15 – 9:30 PM, May 6 – July 8, at LeSourd TA 329, Tax Research and Decision Making, Rachel Devenow, Wednesday TA 330, Property Transactions, Tuesdays, Greg White, George Koutelieris TA 346K Washington State and Local Taxation, Thursdays, David Petteys So begin your path to excellence. Join us this summer at GGU! Please contact Julie Morgan, Director of Administration, at (206) 622-9996 Gregory R. Roer, CPA, MS(Tax) Director Golden Gate University, Seattle Campus
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http://www.ggu.edu/programs/course-schedule?sectionId=36896 TA 333 - Consolidated Income Tax Returns Online MST Elective course. Explores consolidated return law, including concept and history; eligibility to file; computation of consolidated and separate taxable income; intercompany transactions; SRLY rules; consolidated basis adjustments and procedures. Prerequisites: TA 322A and TA 322B. Click above for more details and syllabus. Register TODAY for Summer trimester.
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