Ned Ford

Professor
Larry D. Horner/KPMG Teaching Professor of Professional Accounting
Primary office:
785-864-7523
Capitol Federal Hall
Room 4101
University of Kansas


Academic Areas

Accounting

Education

PhD University of Arkansas
Master's University of Arkansas
Bachelor's Centenary College

Interests

  • Taxation: individual, corporate, partnership, S corporation, gift and estate tax
  • Tax incentives for economic development
  • Tax policy

Current Activities

Active in professional organizations such as the American Taxation Association and the American Accounting Association.

Selected Publications

Co-author of Prentice Hall's Federal Taxation, annually since 1989.

"What's the Tax Rate on Collectibles Gain?" Tax Notes, March 1, 2010, co-authored with David S. Hulse and Thomas R. Pope, pp. 1-6.

"How to Make Decisions on Tax Increment Financing" State Tax Notes, Volume 49, Number 8, August 25, 2008, pp. 543-553.

"The Dreaded Kiddie Tax," Journal of Accountancy, July 2007, Vol. 204, Number 1, pp. 55-60 co-authored with Heidi L. Hydeman, BKD.

"The Proper Charge to Capital: Jarvis and Its Implications," The Journal of the American Taxation Association, co-authored with John R. Robinson, Summer 1981, pp. 5-10.

"Travel Expenses for a Visiting Professor," The Accounting Review, April 1975, pp. 338-344.

"Cost Assignment to Conversion Value," The Accounting Review, October 1969, pp, 818-822.

Teaching Interests

  • Taxation
  • Gift and estate tax
  • Tax incentives
  • Economic growth
  • Tax policy
  • Accounting

Research Interests

  • Taxation
  • Gift and estate tax
  • Tax incentives
  • Economic growth
  • Tax policy
  • Accounting

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