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Greg Kling

  • Associate Professor of the Practice of Accounting

Greg teaches full-time both undergraduate and graduate courses in the Marshall School of Business and Leventhal School of Accounting. Greg teaches continuing education classes for the California Society of CPAs and CPA exam review classes for Becker CPA Exam Review. Greg is the update author for Federal Taxes Affecting Real Estate (LexisNexis), a professional publication used by tax professionals worldwide, and is an Editorial Adviser for The Tax Adviser, a monthly magazine published by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. During his previous career in public accounting, Greg was in charge of his firm's Accounting Consulting & Tax Group, which provided a wide variety of business services to clients with revenues ranging from $1 million to $50 million. Greg served a diverse group of clients throughout his career – public and private companies, entrepreneurial and large multi-state businesses, in many different industries. Greg's BS in Business Administration (Accounting emphasis) is from the University of California, Berkeley and his MS in Taxation is from Golden Gate University.

Greg Kling

Areas of Expertise

Accounting Fraud
Business Ethics
Corporate Tax
Ethics in Tax
Executive Compensation
Family Business
Personal Taxes
Professional Ethics


Business Taxation


Leventhal School of Accounting

Course List

ACCT 430 - Accounting Ethics
ACCT 561T - Income Tax of Corporations and Their Shareholders
ACCT 571T - Taxation of Business Owners and High Net-Worth Individuals
ACCT 567T - Taxation of Transactions in Property


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