Bookstein Institute

2011 Newsletter

2011 Newsletter

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A Message from the Director

The Bookstein Institute for Higher Education in Taxation is pleased to launch the semi-annual E-newsletter. The E-newsletter will serve as our vehicle to reach out to our students, alumni, friends and supporters and to share with all news, featured stories and plans for the future. Read More.

Bookstein Institute Tax Clinic Successfully Provides Tax Support for Local Taxpayer

Each year, many local low-income taxpayers face controversies with the Internal Revenue Service with often little or no knowledge of how to find help. With the ongoing recession and high unemployment rates, many taxpayers find it difficult to receive professional tax assistance without paying thousands of dollars. Read More.

Outstanding Faculty of the Year

The students of M.S. in Taxation awarded Professor George Gans with the Outstanding Faculty of the Year Award during the graduation ceremony at California State University, Northridge’s Valley Performing Art Center. Read More.

Successfully Balancing Career, Education and Work: Carrie Ngao

For the average college student today, it is no question that success in academics requires a balance between school, work and family. For many M.S. in Taxation students, the decision to head back to the books is an important one, as most of the students enrolled in the program handle a full time job during the day. Read More.

International Student Receives Offer at Leading Accounting Firm

Sagar Kirit, 24, knew the CSUN M.S. in Taxation Program would be the perfect choice from the moment he began researching grad schools. The outstanding reputation it has built in the industry along with the faculty of highly qualified tax professionals led Kirit to pursue a higher education in taxation. Read More.

Two M.S. in Taxation Students Start Own CPA Practice

When students work in cohorts, expanding connections and building relationships becomes easy. For Katherine Gluck and Dragana Lane, the group-work and friendship that blossomed from the cohort-structured program inspired the two M.S. in Taxation students to join forces and start their own CPA practice. Read More.