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MGMT 822.32
This seminar reviews the 2018 Tax Law changes. George Shewchuck, CPA, MST, CGMA of RPG will lead a discussion on the impacts & implications of the changes.
MGMT 895.21
The Annual Tax Controversy Institute is the preeminent conference in the United States dedicated to tax controversy and tax litigation. Designed for attorneys, accountants, and business and corporate professionals.
MGMT UL 722.33
Participate in this free information session to learn more about the accounting profession and how UCLA Extension’s accounting programs and courses can help you reach your career goals.
MGMT X 423.432
Receive instruction on both the introductory and advanced objectives covered in the QuickBooks Certified User exam. This is a desktop and Windows-based course with hands-on learning.
Format: Classroom
MGMT X 420.18
Receive hands-on experience in a computer lab on how to best utilize enterprise business software, often referred to as ERP Systems or Automated Accounting packages.
MGMT X 429
A course for non-accounting managers in organizations of all sizes who must work with and understand internal accounting/financial data - without the detailed mechanics and technical language.
MGMT X 124A
This is the first course in the 2-course Advanced Accounting sequence and covers intercompany transactions; partially owned subsidiaries; and parent company vs. entity theory valuation of minority interest in subsidiaries.
Format: Online | Classroom
MGMT X 124B
This is the second course in the 2-course Advanced Accounting sequence and covers partnerships and joint ventures; installment and consignment sales; receiverships, estates, and trusts; and governmental units.
Format: Online | Classroom
MGMT 822.22F
Students will be provided a detailed analysis needed for an enrolled agent to represent a taxpayer. You will go through a meeting with the client and prepare for a mock presentation before the IRS.
MGMT X 423.430
This introductory course is the first course in the Bookkeeping Essentials sequence and provides an overview of the essential skills needed to be a successful bookkeeper.
Format: Online
MGMT X 423.431
This is the second course of the two course Bookkeeping and Accounting Essentials sequence and provides skills related to the various forms of businesses.
Format: Classroom
MGMT 828.501A
This review session is part 1 in a series of 3 which utilizes the Institute of Internal Auditors CIA Learning System program and is designed to provide comprehensive and flexible training to CIA candidates worldwide.
Format: Online
MGMT 828.501B
This review session is part 2 in a series of 3 which utilizes the Institute of Internal Auditors CIA Learning System and is designed to provide comprehensive and flexible training to CIA candidates worldwide.
MGMT 828.501C
This is the final review session of a 3-part series which utilizes the Institute of Internal Auditors CIA Learning System and is designed to provide comprehensive and flexible training to CIA candidates worldwide.
MGMT 828.61
This review prepares you for Part I of the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) Exam utilizing the Wiley CMA Learning System, which includes textbooks with sample practice tests.
MGMT 828.611
The review prepares you for Part II of the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) Exam utilizing the Wiley CMA Learning System, which includes textbooks with sample practice tests.
MGMT UL 722.32
Join us at this free event to learn more about the multitude of career paths within the financial industry and how UCLA Extension's accounting and finance programs can assist you in reaching your professional goals.
MGMT X 423.433
This computer lab course teaches participants how to use the cloud-based QuickBooks program.
MGMT X 422
Analyze standard costs, differential cost, profit-volume relationships, overhead allocations, and learn break-even analysis.
Format: Online | Classroom
MGMT UL 722.29
During this free information session you will learn about the IRS Enrolled Agent Examination Preparation course’s comprehensive curriculum covering all three parts of the exam.
MGMT 822.22B
This course is a comprehensive review for students in tax preparation who are planning to sit for the Enrolled Agent Examination. The course incorporates problems from prior exams and is taught by IRS attorneys and CPAs.
MGMT 822.22A
This course is a comprehensive review for students in tax preparation who are planning to sit for the Enrolled Agent Examination. The course incorporates problems from prior exams and is taught by IRS attorneys and CPAs.
MGMT 822.22D
This course is a comprehensive review for students in tax preparation who are planning to sit for the Enrolled Agent Examination. The course incorporates problems from prior exams and is taught by IRS attorneys and CPAs.
Format: Classroom
MGMT X 427.12
This course examines the unified estate and gift tax and is intended for professionals who advise clients on estate and gift taxation matters.
MGMT X 423.422
This course covers the elements necessary to make proper ethical decisions by defining what ethics are and identifying the questions that need to be asked in everyday business practices.
Format: Online | Classroom
MGMT X 127
This course explores individual income taxation issues, including tax determination, exemptions, gross income, general and itemized deductions, and all expenses, gains, and losses.
Format: Online | Classroom
MGMT X 427.111
This course provides practical knowledge of the day-to-day practices and procedures of the Internal Revenue Service, from rulings, collections, and criminal enforcement with specific references to statutes and regulations.
Format: Online
MGMT X 427.96
This course examines methods used to approach and analyze tax issues/questions by looking at the sources of federal tax law and how they’re interpreted by the judiciary and administrative law judges.
MGMT X 423
This course utilizes case studies to examine client’s financial statements, legal liability, internal control, evaluation, sampling techniques, audit reports, and reviews the principles governing certified public accountants.
Format: Classroom | Online
MGMT X 429.4
This course examines the techniques of interpreting and analyzing financial and accounting data for management decision making.
Format: Classroom
MGMT X 423.421
This course is an introduction to the exciting field of forensic accounting. Guest lecturers from diverse fields will describe their careers by presenting real-world cases and investigations.
Format: Online
MGMT 822.12
Understand the basics for preparing tax returns. This course is ideal for those considering a career as a tax preparer and provides a foundation for the Enrolled Agent (EA) Exam Review.
MGMT 822.30
Review the advantages and disadvantages of becoming a tax-exempt non-profit corporation.
MGMT 822.34
This presentation focuses on the causes of revocation of exemption, the impact of loss of exempt status, planning during the lapse, and reinstatement of federal tax-exemption. It includes a detailed…
MGMT X 423.427
This course is an overview to Internal Audit’s role in planning, organizing, operating, and monitoring information technology within any enterprise.
Format: Online
MGMT X 423.423
Students leave the classroom with a framework for reporting and measuring sustainability activity. The course is ideal for executives and financial professionals who must evaluate sustainability practices.
Format: Online
MGMT X 423.44
This course covers accounting statements, the time value of money, control of cash and receivables, inventory, the acquisition and disposal of property, plant and equipment, depreciation, liabilities, and equity.
MGMT X 120A
This is the first course in the 3-course Intermediate Accounting sequence and covers the interpretation, use, processing, and presentation of accounting information and the preparation of principal accounting statements.
Format: Online | Classroom
MGMT X 120B
This is the second course in the 3-course Intermediate Accounting sequence and covers inventory accounting, long-term assets and intangibles, current and long-term liabilities, and stockholders equity.
Format: Classroom | Online
MGMT X 120C
This is the third course in the 3-course Intermediate Accounting sequence and covers such complex accounting issues as accounting for investments, revenue recognition, pension plans, leases, and accounting for income taxes.
Format: Classroom | Online
MGMT UL 722.23
This free information session will help you learn more about the internal audit profession and how UCLA Extension’s program and courses can help you reach your career goals.
MGMT X 423.2
This course introduces students to the internal audit profession and process. It is designed for CPAs, CIAs, CMAs; controllers, auditors; financial managers; corporate executives; federal and state auditors.
Format: Online | Classroom
MGMT X 423.4
This course is designed for students of accounting and international business professionals who are working for public accounting firms, corporations, and other enterprises engaged in international business.
Format: Online
MGMT X 427.121
Instruction explores the application of U.S. tax law to U.S. individuals and entities conducting transactions outside the U.S., as well as foreign individuals and entities conducting transactions in the U.S.
Format: Online
MGMT X 423.42
The internship is an opportunity for the student to apply the material previously studied in your accounting courses. It provides practical experience in a variety of accounting job functions.
Format: Independent Study/Internship
MGMT X 427.124
The internship provides practical experience in applying material previously studied in a variety job functions within the accounting or tax services sectors, private industry, or nonprofits.
Format: Independent Study/Internship
MGMT 822.33
This seminar focuses on nonprofits considering engaging in commercial ventures and explores the alternatives that present the most (or least) tax risks to the nonprofit. These commercial activities…
MGMT X 423.18
Nonprofit organizations represent one of the fastest-growing sectors of our economy. This course examines the core principles and practices of nonprofit accounting.
Format: Online
MGMT 828.71
This class provides an introduction to the basic accounting concepts relevant to nonprofit organizations.
MGMT X 427.123
This course presents tax-related compliance guidelines and key legal issues for nonprofit organizations.
MGMT X 423.426
This course introduces students to aspects of good organizational governance principles and frameworks, which are key concepts of proper ethical behavior.
MGMT X 427.9
This course covers tax and legal aspects of forming, operating, and dissolving partnerships.
Format: Online
MGMT X 427.13
This course provides a fundamental introduction to the complexities and responsibilities of payroll tax laws, forms, and accounting.
Format: Online
MGMT X 1A
This course is the first in a two-course Principles of Accounting sequence that provides an introduction to accounting theory, principles, and practice.
Format: Online | Classroom
MGMT X 1B
The second in a two-course Principles of Accounting sequence, this course covers corporations in more depth, analysis and interpretation of financial statements, and statements of cash flows.
Format: Classroom | Online
MGMT 822.44
This webcast begins with the fundamental question regarding incorporation. “How to I effectively assess and make this decision?” Learn what factors need to be considered, what factors are often overlooked.
MGMT 822.40
This webcast will provide you with a list of information that a small business needs to know about licensing, business plans, working with vendors, suppliers, and operations.
MGMT X 427.8
This course examines classification of corporations and associations, organization of corporations, transfers of property, small business stock, dividend distributions, earnings, and profits.
Format: Classroom | Online
MGMT X 427.122
This course is designed for professionals working in the real estate industry interested in tax issues associated with real estate transactions. The tax consequences resulting from sales and exchanges are analyzed.
MGMT 822.31
A practical guide to reading and troubleshooting the information needed to submit the revised form 990 required for non-profit organizations.
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