ACCT 763 - International Taxation

Overview

Course Title

International Taxation

Description

Open to students who have completed an undergraduate degree in accounting or who have completed the graduate core coursework for the MS in Accounting or the MS in Risk Management Accounting/ CPA concentration, or permission of the department. This course is designed to provide an overview of common international tax planning issues in which the U.S. tax system asserts taxing jurisdiction over cross-borderactivities and will focus on : a) Inbound Taxation: the U.S. taxation of non-resident aliens and foreign corporations with respect to their activities conducted within the territory of the United States; and b) Outbound Taxation: the U.S. taxation of U.S. persons with respect to their activities conducted outside the territory of the U.S. Major subjects will include relevant provisions included in the Internal Revenue Code andin U.S. income tax treaties, sourcing rules for allocating income and deductions among several national taxing jurisdictions, extra-territorial taxation of U.S. citizens and enterprises realizing income in foreign locations (including the mechanics of the U.S. foreign tax credit), income tax incentives for exports, reallocation of income and deductions between U.S. and related foreign enterprises (i.e., transfer pricing),taxation of foreign persons with respect to their income derived from U.S. portfolio investments, from U.S. trade or business activities, and from U.S. real property investments.

Typically Offered

Fall, Spring

Academic Career

Graduate

Credits

Minimum Units

3

Maximum Units

3

Academic Progress Units

3

Repeat For Credit

No

Components

Name

Lecture

Hours

3

Requisites

034230

Course Schedule