International Taxation I
- 1.5 credits
This course focuses on the federal taxation of international transactions. Topics include rules and applications for taxing U.S. citizens and entities on foreign source income as well as taxing non-U.S. citizens and corporations on U.S. source income. Students successfully completing this course will be able to: (1) apply tax rules and computations to tax issues involving international transactions; (2) combine economic decision making with international tax planning strategies; (3) conduct tax research on current issues in international taxation.