Voluntary Disclosure, Current Enforcement Actions All on Table at UCLA Extension's Annual Tax Controversy Institute Oct. 17 [
In the recent years, colleges and universities have partnered to develop online platforms and apps to deliver content and curricula writes, Wall Street Journal Reporter Andrew Morse.
Since grade school, all Kasey LaRocca wanted to be was a lawyer. When Elizabeth White enrolled at UCLA, she thought a French literature degree would lead to a world-traipsing life.
Every day we seem more and more challenged to find the time to maintain family commitments, read a book for pleasure, battle our commutes, squeeze in exercise, connect with friends... [ more... ]
Bankrate reporter Marcia Passos Duffy explores the pros and cons. [ more... ]
Continuing education departments have recognized that if they are to meet students’ demands for global knowledge, they must provide instruction in culture, customs, laws, marketing and more. [ more... ]
Frank Sinatra’s music means different things to different people. But why does Sinatra matter? UCLA Extension tackles this question. [ more... ]