Financial Literacy And Income Tax - Understanding Your Role, Second Edition

Max Rittner
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How do educators introduce and reinforce financial literacy concepts to their students in their secondary or community college classrooms? One of the many useful and curriculum-based resources available to them today is the book, Financial Literacy And Income Tax-Understanding Your Role, Second Edition.

Max Rittner has provided educators with a new tool to integrate tax preparation with financial literacy using an interactive and prescriptive-based set of case studies that students will face early in their tax preparation years. An interactive quiz is also available through an external source. Contact Max Rittner for further details.

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Max Rittner has been an educator for over thirty five years. His teaching experience has included Special Education, Mathematics, Data-Processing Applications, Accounting and Teacher-Mentorship.

He developed (in Canada) an Accounting and Business Education curriculum in association with Intuit.The curriculum parallels GAAP taught at the secondary level utilizing Intuit's QuickBooks Accounting software. During this time he has provided workshops and seminars at a variety of Business Educator conferences in Canada, the United States of America and United Kingdom.

Currently he has an Accounting resource book, Accounting For the 21st Century Classroom Workbook-An Integrated QuickBooks Perspective (Second Edition) specifically developed for secondary schools and community colleges.

Max has been associated with CBEA as a member, Exhibitor and Conference presenter. Between 2012 and 2016 he has taken on the responsibility as Conference Chair of the CBEA PD (University Credit) Committee in association with Fresno Pacific University-Continuing Education Department as well as Chair of the Computer Workshop Committee (2013).

He has been a member of the Board of the US Chapter of ISBE (International Society for Business Education) and accepted the position of Historian between 2013-2016. He was recognized as the 2016 Bill Anderson Outstanding Service Award.

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Max Rittner
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Published on
Dec 31, 2016
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Pages
175
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English
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Genres
Business & Economics / Accounting / Financial
Study Aids / CPA (Certified Public Accountant)
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