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IAP Non-credit Activity: Tax Issues for Employees and Entrepreneurs
Jan/18 Thu 01:00PM–04:00PM

This course intends to expose students to a broad range of tax issues that students will encounter shortly after graduation as an entrepreneur or an employee. For a new employee, taxes are an important consideration in decisions regarding deductions and retirement savings (through employee and employer contributions such as 401k's IRAs, etc). Taxes feature prominently in decisions with respect to stock option-based compensation. Also, tax related issues for U.S. taxpayers working overseas will be addressed. For the entrepreneur, taxes also influence a new business venture's choice of entity: Corporation, LLC, Partnership, Sole Proprietorship.

This in-person session will be hosted inside of the E62 building, in classroom E62-250.

Instructor: Howard Mandelcorn is a partner at the Hutchings Barsamian Mandelcorn LLP law firm in Wellesley, Massachusetts.