Oriented toward the process of conducting tax research in real world situations, this book presents the subject of tax research within a uniquely integrated format. First, the book combines the presentation of how to perform research with a discussion of the research resources that exist. Secondly, the book brings together a discussion of both electronic and print research tools. The volume provides an overview of tax research, the internal revenue code, treasury and judicial interpretations, how to discover relevant primary authority using reference services and other secondary sources, culmination of the tax research process, communicating research results, overview of tax procedure, and state tax research, For accounting professionals and others interested in tax research.
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Barbara Karlin has been a professor in the School of Taxation at Golden Gate University since 1986. She was Dean of the School of Taxation from 1997-2002 as well as Dean of the School of Business from 1999-2002. In 2002 Barbara became the university's Vice President of Academic Affairs.
Barbara has written and presented extensively on the subject of tax research, including presentations at the AICPA Graduate Tax symposium at the 1990 and 1998 meetings. In addition, she has written and recorded several video tapes on the subject.
Barbara brings practical experience to her teaching and academic administration. She earned her CPA certificate while working for Coopers & Lybrand in San Francisco, California. In addition, Barbara holds an LL.M. in Taxation from Golden Gate University and a J.D. from Hastings College of the Law. She earned her bachelor's degree from Stanford University.
As a professor in the School of Taxation, Barbara developed a graduate course that she teaches entirely over the Internet as part of the university's successful online Masters in Taxation program. She helped develop the graduate Tax Research class also offered on the Internet by Golden Gate.
In addition to her work at Golden Gate University, Barbara has been very involved in the accreditation work of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). She was a member on its Substantive Change Committee and continues to serve on accreditation visiting teams when time permits.
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