Robert W. Jamison
- Professor of Accounting
- PhD, University of Texas at Austin, 1980
- MBA, Portland State University
- BA, DePauw University
- Certified Public Accountant, 1972
- Director, School of Accountancy, Ohio University
- Senior Manager, Washington National Tax Department, Ernst & Young
Taxation of closely held businesses, principally S Corporations and their shareholders. Also taxation of Partnerships, Limited Liability Companies and C Corporations, as well as the owners thereof, Limited Liability Corporations, Taxation of closely held businesses, principally S corporations and their shareholders, Taxation of Partnerships
Jamison, Robert W. (2008), S Corporation Taxation Guide, Chicago: CCH Incorporated.
Jamison, Robert W., William N. Kulsrud, and Teresa M. Stephenson (2008), Multistate Tax Guide to Pass-Through Entities, Chicago: CCH Incorporated.
Jamison, Robert W. (2008), S Corporations,” Chapter 11 of James W. Pratt and William N. Kulsrud, Corporate, Partnership, Estate and Gift Taxation, Thomson Publishing, Mason, Ohio.
Jamison, Robert W. (2007), “S Corporation,” Chapter 10, in Federal Tax Workshop, The Cooperative Extension Service, College of Agricultural, Consumer & Environmental Sciences, Department of Agricultural and Consumer Economics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, pp. 345-372.
Jamison, Robert W. (2007), “Business Entities,” Chapter 4, in National Income Tax Workbook, College Station, TX: Land Grant University Tax Education Foundation, pp. 103-147.
Harmon, Michael R. and Robert W. Jamison (2007), “S Corporations and Disregarded Entities: Qualification as Shareholders,” The Tax Adviser, June, pp. 324-328.
Jamison, Robert W. (2006), “Trusts as S Corporation Shareholders Part One,” Journal of Passthrough Entities, Vol. 9, No. 3, May-June, pp. 35-51.
Duncan, William A. and Robert W. Jamison (2005), “Contributions of S Corporation Debased Debt to Charity: Opportunities, Problems and Policy Questions Abound with Double Dipping,” The ATA Journal of Legal Tax Research, Vol. 3, pp. 66-77.