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GeorgeS. Jackson

George S. Jackson

Adjunct Faculty, Business

Degrees Held

B.A., East Carolina University
M.B.A., The College of William and Mary
J.D., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
LL.M., Georgetown University

Office Location: 204 Clarke Hall
Phone: 757-233-8859
- Management, Business and Economics

George Jackson teaches in the areas of accounting, taxation, and business law. He has an undergraduate degree in business from East Carolina University, and graduate degrees from William & Mary (MBA), University of North Carolina (J.D.), and Georgetown University (LL.M). 

Jackson holds professional licenses as an attorney, CPA, real estate broker, and general contractor.  Prior to returning to academia, he practiced law with a business emphasis for several years. 

Jackson, G. (2016) “Confronting Complexity: A Simplified Approach to Taxing Business Entities,” Tax Notes, April 25, 2016, pp. 463 – 478.

Jackson, G. (2014), “Combating the Moral Hazard Problem in Real Estate Agencies: The Case Double Down Buyer Broker Clauses,” Real Estate Review, Summer 2014, pp. 19 – 29.

Jackson, G. (2013), “Is It Time to Change the Name of 1040?” (essay). The CPA Journal, (December, 2013), p. 14.

Jackson, G. (2011), “Passive Loss Limitations: Time for a New Paradigm?” Tax Notes (October, 2011), pp. 447 – 460.

Jackson, G. (2011), “IAS 12 on Income Taxes:  Obstacles in the Path of GAAP/IFRS Convergence,” Journal of International Taxation, March 2011, pp. 36 – 41.

Jackson, G., (2010) “Estate Planning: Qualified Disclaimers and the 2010 No-Tax Rules,” Tax Notes, December 13, 2010, pp.  1237 – 1240.

Jackson, G. (2010) “Lessons for Tax Planners: A Close Look at the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.” The CPA Journal, August 2010, pp. 52 – 55.

Gaskill, F. & Jackson, G., (2008) “Are Punitive Damages Out of Control?” Franklin Business & Law Journal, Volume 2008, Edition 4, pp 21 – 27.

Jackson, G. (2008) “Individual Income Tax Planning – A Conceptual Approach,” The CPA Journal, February 2008, pp. 52 - 55. 

Jackson, G. (1999) “The Burden of Proof in Tax Controversies,” The CPA Journal, October ’99, pp. 22-27.

Poff, K. & Jackson, G., (1995) "A Mathematical Analysis of the Capital Gains Tax," Oil & Gas Tax Quarterly, Vol. 44, No. 2, pp. 115-39.

Jackson, G. (1995) "Adam Smith on Health Care," Tax Notes, March 13, 1995, pp. 1719-1720.  Subsequently re-published in Life Insurance Review, May 1995, pp. 625-626.

Hines, D. & Jackson, G. (1994) “Environmental Problems:  How Far Must You Go?” The Practical Accountant, March 1994, pp. 52 – 60.

Jackson, G. & Poff, K. (1993) "Tax Planning:  Cash Value Life Insurance vs. Term Insurance/Investment Combinations," The Tax Adviser, August 1993, pp. 521-530.

Jackson, G. (1993) "The Role of the Judiciary in Tax Policy," Tax Notes, May 10, 1993, pp. 833-834.

Jackson, G. (1992) "Tax Planning for Real Property Acquisitions:  Use & Form of Title Considerations," Real Estate Review, Fall 1992, pp. 77-84.

Jackson, G. (1992) "Training Requirements for British Accountants," The CPA Journal, May, 1992, pp. 15-16.

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