Ken Abramowicz

Dr. Ken Abramowicz

Associate Professor, Accounting
Office 225C, Bunnell Building
(907) 474-7080
kfabramowicz@alaska.edu

Education

1991  Ph.D. University of Missouri-Columbia, Accountancy
1983 MS University of Tulsa, Accounting
1982 BSBA University of Tulsa, Accounting

Recent Publications

Abramowicz, K. F., Sparks, H. C., & Berry, K. (2015).  Annual Filing Season Program: IRS's Second Bite at the Apple.   Practical Tax Strategies, 94 (4), 153-158.

Abramowicz, K., Sparks, H. C., & Berry, K. (2014).  Court Rules IRS Lacks Authority to Regulate Tax Return Preparers.   Practical Tax Strategies, 93 (2), 67-72.

Kilpatrick, D. J. & Abramowicz, K. (2013).  Home Office Do the Costs of Electing Safe Harbor Method for Home Office Deductions Outweight the Benefits?   Taxpro Journal, 20 (4), 14-21.

Abramowicz, K., DeCelles, M., & Sparks, H. C. (2013).  New Markets Tax Credits: An Investment Consulting Opportunity for CPAs.   Journal of Accounting and Finance, 13 (3), 98-104.

Abramowicz, K., DeCelles, M., & Sparks, H. C. (2012).  IFRS  Only an Illusion of Uniform Financial Reporting?  New Accountant (751), 6-8.  

Abramowicz, K., DeCelles, M., & Sparks, H. C. (in press, 2012).  New Markets Tax Credits  An Investment Consulting Opportunity for CPAs.  Journal of Accounting and Finance.  

Wichmann, H., Abramowicz, K., & Sparks, H. C. (2008).  SBA Helps Small Businesses Think Big.  Strategic Finance, 45-49.  

Abramowicz, K. F. & Kilpatrick, D.J. (2007).  Maintaining a Long-Term Perspective when Seeking Your First Accounting Position.  New Accountant (271), 14-16.  

Abramowicz, K. & Sparks, H. C. (2007).  The Small Business Administration's 8(a) Business Development Program.  CPA Journal, LXXVII (2), 60-62.

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