Faculty & Departments

What might be hiding in Romney's tax returns?

July 20, 2012

This Reuters article quotes Accounting Professor Brad Badertscher about the effective tax rate for Mitt Romney.
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Accounting internships found through ND’s Building Bridges

May 31, 2012

Notre Dame's Building Bridges program and the Accountancy Department work together to help first-year students find internships and mentoring.
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Mark to Market Accounting

April 20, 2012

Inside Higher Ed interviews Accounting Professor Jeff Burks about the rationale behind the practice known as mark to market accounting.
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INTERVIEW: Buffett Rule a ‘Fair Share’?

April 13, 2012

InvestorPolitics interviews Accounting Professor Brad Badertscher about the taxation of the “1%,” several aspects of the Buffett Rule and the consequences of its passing.
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Notre Dame Tops List of Best College Business Programs

March 20, 2012

For the third year in a row, the Mendoza College of Business claims the top spot in Bloomberg Businessweek’s ranking of undergraduate business schools.
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TAP provides returns beyond just taxes

February 27, 2012

This South Bend Tribune article features Accountancy Professor Ken Milani and the Tax Assistance Program.
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Notre Dame Expert Brad Badertscher: Corporate tax overhaul doesn’t go far enough

February 22, 2012

The proposed overhaul of the corporate tax structure may benefit U.S. manufacturers, but hurt multinationals.
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Experts react to Obama’s corporate tax proposal

February 22, 2012

In this Washington Post article, Accountancy Professor Brad Badertscher responds to the corporate tax proposal.
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Obama proposes corporate tax overhaul

February 22, 2012

This Washington Examiner article quotes Accountancy Professor Brad Badertscher about the proposed corporate tax changes.
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Notre Dame Ethics Week 2012: Failed v. 'Fantastic' Financial Institutions

February 10, 2012

Notre Dame Ethics Week speakers will discuss topics related to financial institutions and the recent economic meltdown.
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