|Course||LLC, LLP, Partnership Tax (Taxation and Planning for LLCs and Partnerships) - Law 657|
|Instructor||Mona L. Hymel View Faculty Page|
|Units||3 - Graded|
Federal Income Tax (either the 3 or 5 unit course)
Corporate Tax; Accounting for Lawyers
A study of the tax concepts involved in the formation and operation of Limited Liability Companies, Limited Liability Partnerships (which are treated as partnerships under federal tax law), and partnerships, including the sale and exchange of partnership property and interests. The course also covers partnership liquidations and special problems of limited partnerships and limited liability companies.
1. Schwarz and Lathrope, Fundamentals of Partnership Taxation.
Classroom discussion of cases, statutes and IRS guidance, along with in-class problem analysis.
|Type of Exam||
3-hour open book - problem based format
|Basis for grading||
Final exam and class participation.
This course is extremely important for anyone considering a career as a tax attorney or a business attorney. Particularly in small business, lawyers need to be versed in the tax ramifications of business decisions.