Faculty & Staff

JACK ANGEL

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

ACCOUNTING, FINANCE AND ECONOMICS

HAGEDORN HALL OF ENTERPRISE
ROOM 338

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Diplomas/Degrees

Master Science, Long Island University, C.W. Post Campus (1979)
Bachelor Business Administration, Bernard M. Baruch College (1972)

Recent Courses

Advanced Federal Taxation
Federal Income Tax I
Federal Income Tax II

Teaching Specializations/Interests

Teaching responsibility for both graduate and undergraduate Federal Taxation courses, and undergraduate and gradute courses in Financial Accounting.

Research Interests

Taxation

Refereed Articles

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Koumbiadis, N., Conway, G & Angel, J (2011), "Ethical perceptions of newly staffed accountants: an exploratory study". Journal of Finance and Accountancy, Vol. 4.

Angel, J. (2010), “THE VOICES OF REASON PREVAIL” (THE NEW FEDERAL PAID TAX RETURN PREPARER REGULATIONS). NYSSCPA, Nassau Chapter Newsletter, Volume 54. Number 4.

Koumbiadis, N., Conway, G & Angel, J. (2010), "An Empirical Study in Ethical Perception: Will the Mandated AICPA Curriculum Change Differ Between Those Who Have Taken An Ethics Course Or Not?". World Journal of Management.

Angel, J. (2009), "THE METROPOLITAN COMMUTER TRANSPORTATION MOBILITY TAX “A BENEFIT FOR THE MTA RIDERSHIP; A BURDEN FOR OTHERS”. NYSSCPA, Nassau Chapter Newsletter, Volume 53. Number 3.

Angel, J. (2006), “Helpful IRS Contact Numbers for the 2005 Tax Filing Season”. NYSSCPA, Nassau Chapter Newsletter, Volume 48. Number 10.

Angel, J., Pundit, G (2006), “ E-filing Benefits & Requirements”. The CPA Journal, pages 68 & 69.

Angel, J. (2005), “Must You E-file Returns?”. NYSSCPA, Nassau Chapter Newsletter, Volume 48. Number 7.

Angel, J. (2005), “Tax Returns for Deceased, Incompetent or Minor Taxpayers”. NYSSCPA, Nassau Chapter Newsletter, Volume 47. Number 9.

Angel, J., Pundit, G, Rubenfield A. (2005), “Is It Time to Direct-file?”. NEW ACCOUNTANT, Issue # 712.

Angel, J. , Verreault, D., Yang, S (2004), “Sprint Corporation: Ethical Decisions and Tax Avoidance Strategies”. Issues in Accounting Education, Volume 19 . Number 1, Pages 119-143.

Angel, J. (2002), “New IRA Minimum Distribution Rules”. CPA Journal.

Angel, J. (1996), “Dealing with Internal Revenue Collection Problems”. The CPA Journal.


Conference Presentations/Papers

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New York State and Local Tax Update (2010). Mark Klien, Esq. and Jack Angel, CPA. In NYSSCPA 58th Annual Nassau Chapter All-Day Taxation Conference.

Jack Angel, CPA (2010). Choice of Business Entity. In NYSSCPA Nassau Chapter’s Half-Day Tax Conference,.

Koumbiadis, N., Conway, G., & Angel, J (2010). An Empirical Study in Ethical Perception: Will the Mandated AICPA Curriculum Change Differ Between Those Who Have Taken An Ethics Course Or Not? In Proceedings in the Annual American Business Research Conference. Las Vegas, NV.

Jack Angel, CPA (2007). Significant Tax Developments in 2007. In 55th Annual Tax Conference.

Jack Angel, CPA (2007). The Small Business Tax Act of 2007. In NYSSCPA CPE Technical Conference.

Jack Angel, CPA (2007). Offers-In-Comprise as Changed by the Tax Increase Prevention Act of 2005. In NYSSCPA CPE conference.

Jack Angel, CPA (2006). Significant Tax Developments in 2006. In 54th Annual Tax Conference.

Jack Angel, CPA (2004). Significant Tax Cases and Rulings Issued in 2004. In 52nd Annual All-Day Tax Conference.

Jack Angel, CPA (2004). Sprint Corporation Ethical Discussion and Tax Avoidance Strategies. In Long Island Tax Practitioner Symposium Technical Conference.

Jack Angel, CPA (2004). IRS Practice & Procedure: How to Deal with IRS Inquiries. In NYSSCPA Technical Conference. Long Island Sheraton, Smithtown, NY.

Jack Angel, CPA (2004). IRS Practice & Procedure: How to Deal with IRS Inquiries. In NYSSCPA Technical Conference. Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY.

Jack Angel, CPA (2003). Jobs and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003. In NYSSCPA Technical Conference.

Jack Angel, CPA (2002). Qualified Tuition Programs. In 50th Annual All-Day Tax Conference.

Jack Angel, CPA (2002). The New Tax Law Rules for Tuition Saving, Section 529 Plans. In NYSSCPA Technical Tax Conference.

Jack Angel, CPA (2002). New Tax Law Update. the National Kitchen and Bath Association.

Jack Angel, CPA (2002). Procedures to Follow When Filing Tax Returns for Decedents or Incompetents. New York State Society News Letter.

Jack Angel, CPA (2001). IRA and Pension Changes under the Economic Growth and Tax Relief Act of 2001. In 49th Annual All-Day Tax Conference for the New York Society of Certified Public Accountants.

Jack Angel, CPA (2001). IRA and Pension Changes under the Economic Growth and Tax Relief Act of 2001. In Technical Conference for the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants.

Jack Angel, CPA (2001). Independent Contractor vs. Employee. National Kitchen and Bath Association.

Jack Angel, CPA (2001). Understanding Estate and Gift Tax Returns. Nassau Academy of Law / Nassau County Bar Association.

Jack Angel, CPA (2000). Internal Revenue Service Practice and Procedures Under the 1998 IRS Restructuring and Reform Act. In 48th Annual All-Day Tax Conference for the New York Society of Certified Public Accountants.

Jack Angel, CPA (2000). IRS Restructuring and Reform Act of 1998. In Half-Day Conference of the Nassau Chapter of the Federal Taxation Committee for the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants.

Jack Angel, CPA (1999). Internal Revenue Service Collection dispute and appeals from Internal Revenue Service determinations-overview and update. In NYSSCPA’s All-Day Tax Conference.


Honors and Accomplishments

November 2009, selected by New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants, NYSSCPA, for their “Member Profile” award. This honor represents recognition by my peers for long-term professional achievements and services to the NYSSCPA.

November 2000, selected by New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants, NYSSCPA, for their “Member Profile” award. This honor represents recognition by my peers for long-term professional achievements and services to the NYSSCPA.

1997 New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants Max Block Distinguished Article Award. This award is granted for writing the outstanding article of the year published in the CPA Journal.

1975 Scholarship Award C.W. Post College

Professional Activities

Board Member COAP, Foundation for Accounting Education

Board Member New York Society of Certified Public Accountants

New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA)

Tax Committee, NYSSCPA

Internal Revenue Service District Director’s Liaison Committee

Continuing Professional Education courses (CPE). Each year I completed a minimum of 24 hours of CPE.

Co-chair NYSSCPA 43rd, 44th, 45th, 46th, 47th, 48th, 49th, 50th, 51st, 52nd, 53rd, 54th, 55th, 56th All-Day Tax Conferences

Chair 1995 to 1996 District Director, Internal Revenue Service Liaison Committee

Past chairman Cooperation with Educational Institutions, NYSSCPA . Chaired 1st reconstituted committee and developed program format, which is still used and followed by the committee.

Community and Corporate Leadership

Chief negotiator, AAUP, Adelphi chapter, collective bargaining agreements, 2004 contract, contract extension, & 2009 contract (September 2004 to present)

Adelphi University Senate, Senator – at – Large (term ended)

Adelphi University Senate, member of Senate Executive Committee (term ended)

Member, School of Business Academic Standards Committee (term ended)

Member, Learning Assurances Subcommittee for AACSB (term ended)

Grievance officer AAUP - Adelphi Chapter - 2001 to 2009

School of Business representative Faculty Senate (Term ended May 2004)

Past Chairman of School of Business, Academic Standards Committee (1996-2001)

Past Chairman, Peer Review Committee: School of Business (1999 to 2001)

Past Co-Chairman School of Business, Curricular Committee

Past Member of Task Force, Undergraduate Curriculum

Past Member of Task Force, Graduate Curriculum

Past Chairman, Graduate Curriculum Committee, Business

Past Chairman, School of Business, Admissions Committee

Consultant, Tax Expert, Represent clients before Appeals Division and the Examination Division of the Internal Revenue Service, 1981 to present

Appeals Officer, Internal Revenue Service, February 1977 to October 1981

Internal Revenue Agent, Internal Revenue Service, July 1973 to February 1977

Associate Accountant, Kipnus & Karchmer, CPA’s