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Gary W. Carter
Gary Carter has maintained a tax practice in Edina, Minnesota since 1999. He has been a licensed Certified Public Accountant since 1977. From 1985 to 2010 he was a tax faculty member of the University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management and the Associate Director of the Carlson School's Master of Business Taxation Program. He received a B.A. in accounting from Eastern Washington University in 1976, a Master of Taxation degree from the University of Denver in 1980, and a Ph.D. in taxation from the University of Texas at Austin in 1985. Early in his career he worked as a revenue agent for the State of Alaska, and later in public accounting for both a regional CPA firm and a Big Four Firm. He has conducted tax seminars on various tax topics and has published several books on taxation.
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants
National Association of Certified Professional Bookkeepers
American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers
From eBay to Mary Kay, Taxes Made Easy for Your Home Business, J.K. Lasser (John Wiley & Sons), November 2005.
Taxes Made Easy for Your Home-Based Business, 5th Edition, J.K. Lasser (John Wiley & Sons), November 2002.
Getting Started in Tax Consulting, (John Wiley & Sons), January 2001.
Taxes Made Easy for Your Home-Based Business, 4th Edition, J.K. Lasser (John Wiley & Sons), October 2000.
Taxes Made Easy for Your Home-Based Business, 3rd Edition, J.K. Lasser (IDG Books), January 2000.
Taxes Made Easy for Your Home-Based Business, 2nd Edition, J.K. Lasser (Macmillan), December 1998.
Taxes Made Easy for Your Home-Based Business, J.K. Lasser (Macmillan), December 1997.
"Starting and Running a Web-Based Tax Service," TaxPro Journal, Fall 2001, pp 29–34
"A Primer on Home Office Deductions," Home-Based & Small Business Network, Spring 1996, pp. 3–5.
"Improved Treatment of Barter Transactions For Accrual-Method Taxpayers," (written for The Tax Accounting Policy Subcommittee of the American Taxation Association), Tax Notes, March 20, 1995, pp. 1851-1857.
"Is Bartering Still Business As Usual Under the Economic Performance Regs?" Taxes, November 1993, pp. 675-684.
"Donative Transfers of Expensed Property and the Fundamental Inconsistency Rule of Hillsboro," Tennessee Law Review, Winter 1991, pp. 151-229.
"Attorney Fee Recoupment in Tax Litigation After the Tax Reform Act of 1986," The Review of Taxation for Individuals, Fall 1988, pp. 335-352.
"Nonacquiescence: Winning by Losing," Tax Notes, September 19, 1988, pp. 1303-1307.
"The Commissioner's Nonacquiescence — A Case for a National Court of Tax Appeals," Temple Law Quarterly, October 1986, pp. 879-918.
Academic Honors and Services
Outstanding Accounting Teacher of the Year, awarded by the Student Accounting and Finance Association, University of Minnesota, 1989.
Outstanding Accounting/Finance Teacher of the Year, awarded by the Student Accounting and Finance Association, University of Minnesota, 1988.
Site Coordinator, Internal Revenue Service — Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program, University of Minnesota, 1995-2010.
Editorial Board, Journal of the American Taxation Association, 1988-90.
Editorial Board, Advances in Taxation, 1987-1989.
Ad hoc reviewer, Journal of the American Taxation Association, 1988.
Chairperson, Tax Accounting Policy Subcommittee, American Taxation Association, 1994-95.
Member, Tax Accounting Policy Subcommittee, American Taxation Association, 1993-94.
Member, Tax Manuscript Award Committee, American Taxation Association 1987-88.