Andrew Brajcich

Andrew M. Brajcich, J.D., LL.M., CPA
Assistant Professor of Accounting

B.B.A.: Gonzaga University 2003
J.D.: University of Florida 2006
LL.M.: University of Washington 2010

Professor Brajcich joined the faculty of the School of Business Administration in spring 2012 with a teaching emphasis in tax. He previously worked in the International Tax Services Group at Deloitte Tax LLP and is a fourth-generation Zag.

Acct 365 Federal Taxation
Acct 366 Advanced Federal Taxation
MAcc 604 Corporate Taxation
MAcc 606 Taxation of Wealth Transfers
MAcc 610 International Tax Concepts
MAcc 667 Tax Research and Practice
Acct 260 Principles of Accounting I
Acct 261 Principles of Accounting II

Research Interests
Corporate Tax
International Tax
Estate, Gift and GST Tax
Tax Planning

Selected Publications

Hackney, Donald D., Dan Friesner and Andrew M. Brajcich. "Bankruptcy and Intra-District Legal Culture." Journal of Applied Business and Economics, Volume 16, Issue 2 (2014)

Brajcich, Andrew M., Dan Friesner and Matthew McPherson. “Trends in the Shifting of Resources by U.S.-based Multinational Companies.” Journal of Accounting and Finance, Volume 13, Issue 6 (2013), forthcoming.

Brajcich, Andrew M., Dan Friesner and Matthew McPherson. “Key Determinants of Repatriated Earnings by U.S. Multinational Enterprises.” Multinational Business Review, Volume 21, Issue 3 (September 2013), forthcoming

Brajcich, Andrew M. and Daniel Lawson, "Minimizing Employment Taxes in U.S. 'S' Corporations: Levels of Compensation and Shareholder Sophistication." International Business Research, Volume 6, Issue 3 (March 2013)

Brajcich, Andrew M., "Tax Considerations for Clients Going Global." Journal of the CPA Practitioner, Volume 5, Issue 1 (February/March 2013)

Brajcich, Andrew M. and Daniel Lawson, "Utilizing Debt as a Tax Benefit: The Capitalization of U.S. Corporations and Owner Sophistication." Journal of Business, Economics and Finance, Volume 1, Issue 4 (December 2012)