Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus
Accounting and Law
MBA, School of Management, University at Buffalo
BA, State University of New York at Binghamton
Cohen specializes in taxation. In addition to her teaching responsibilities, she is director of the School's Master of Science in Accounting program, a member of the MBA Committee and active in profesional and community associations. Cohen chairs Career Opportunities in the Accounting Profession, a joint program between the University at Buffalo and the New York State Society of CPAs designed to interest minority students in accounting careers.
"Renewal Communities Revisited: Expansion Provides Retroactive Tax Savings," The CPA Journal, November 2006
"Renewal Communities: Tax Benefits for Distressed Areas," The CPA Journal, March 2004
"New Tax Law Provides Challenging Curriculum for College Saving," Taxes--The Tax Magazine, September 2001; reprinted in CCH Financial and Estate Planning and Journal of Practical Estate Planning
"Community Renewal Tax Relief Act's Incentives for Investors--Form Over Substance?" The Tax Adviser, June 2001
"Is the Qualified Small Business Stock Exclusion Worthwhile?" The Tax Adviser, December 1998.
"Impact of TRA '97 on Small Businesses and Their Owners," Taxation for Accountants, December 1997; reprinted in Taxation for Lawyers, January/February 1998.
"Home Office Deductions: Alive and Well After Soliman," Taxation for Accountants, May 1997.
"State Response to Federal Tax Reform: A Case Study of New York," Ronald J. Huefner, Ann Burstein Cohen and Steven J. Weiss, State and Local Government Review, Winter 1993.
Instructor Supplements to Prentice Hall's Federal Taxation Series, published by Pearson.