Hired in 1989, Dr. Reed W. Easton is an Associate Professor and was Chair in the Department of Accounting and Taxation from July 2007 to August 2009. Dr. Easton teaches graduate courses in Federal and State Taxation, Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting and occasionally Legal Studies as well as undergraduate courses in Tax and Financial Accounting. His research is focused on new trends in taxation that benefit individuals who either currently practice, or desire to practice, as tax accountants and consultants. He has had his work published in the leading journals in the tax discipline, including Journal of Taxation, The Tax Adviser, Taxes, Practical Tax Strategies, Valuation Strategies, Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure and Business Entities. Abstracts of many of his articles have been published in the Tax Law Abstracts: Practitioners Series. Dr. Easton has received three University Scholarship Awards for his publications. Dr. Easton has spoken before both the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (NJSCPA) and the New York State Society of CPAs/FAEs. Dr. Easton has introduced many innovations including designing the first fully online graduate business courses, and has been dedicated to pursuing all available forms of distance education for many years.
- LL.M., New York University
"The Answer To Uncertainty-The Remainder Purchase Marital Trust."
Practical Tax Strategies, 86(6), June 2011
"Court Applies Section 2036 Favorably to Family Partnership."
Practical Tax Strategies, 84(3), March 2010
"Transfer Residential Real Estate Free of Gift or Estate Tax."
Practical Tax Strategies, 84(1), January 2010
"Offshore Asset Protection Trusts as a Safety Valve."
Journal of International Taxation, 20(12), December 2009