William A. Bottiglieri, JD, CPA
Professor Bottiglieri teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in principles of accounting and federal income tax. His research interests include income and estate taxation and has published in law and taxation. Bottiglieri has incorporated computer-based tax research and return preparation in the courses that he teaches. He has experience in public accounting, law and taxation and is the coordinator of Iona's Tax Payer Assistance (TPA) Program.
“Abusive Tax Shelters and Government Misconduct” with H. Ryan and A. Griffith, Journal of Business and Economic Research, Vol. 10, No. 12, pp. 665-671, December 2012.
“The Regulation of Non-Profit Organizations” with S. Kroleski and K. Conway, Journal of Business and Economics Research, September, 2011, Volume 9, No. 9
“Tax Deductions for Education Expenses” with S. Kroleski, Journal of Business & Economics Research, August, 2011, Volume 9, No. 8
“Foreclosures, A Non-Traditional Approach” with S. Kroleski and A. Shetty, Journal of Business and Economics Research, April, 2011, Volume 9, No. 4
“The Enron Collapse – The Aftershocks” with P. Reville and D. Gruenwald, Journal of Leadership, Accountability and Ethics, Winter, 2009
“Fraud versus Ethics: The Case of the Backdating of Stock Options” with H. Ryan and S. Kroleski, in Corporate Ethics, C. Sri Krishna (Ed.), pp. 222-241, 2009-10.
“Economics for the Elderly: New Business Products and Options” with S. Kroleski and H. Ryan, Journal of Business and Economics Research, May, 2009, Volume 7, No. 5
Member, AICPA, NYSBA and NYSSCPA
Moderator, Taxpayer Assistance Program (TPA), Iona College