Richard Malamud has been a professor in the Accounting, Finance, and Economics Department for over 25 years where he primarily teaches federal income taxation courses. His research focuses on income and estate tax issues. He deals primarily with practice oriented issues but has also written numerous law review articles. He has written over 50 articles. Scholarship is based on his dual certification as both an attorney and a certified public accountant and his work in both areas prior to coming to CSUDH. Currently he is a consultant to a CPA firm where he prepares individual, corporate, partnership and estate and gift tax returns. This experience enhances his teaching of courses covering those areas of tax.
ACC 333, Income Taxation I
ACC 433, Income Taxation II
BUS 300, Business Communications
LAW 240, Legal Environment of Business
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