Tim Melevin is an instructor/lecturer of various tax and accounting courses at Carthage. Before coming to Carthage, he taught courses in taxes and accounting at Montana State University from 2011-2014, University of Illinois-Chicago from 2010-2011, Western Washington University from 2008-2009, Loyola University in Chicago from 1987-1990, Price Waterhouse from 1982-1985, and Indiana University from 1981-1982.
Tim also has a CPA practice with an emphasis in the emerging business sector in Deerfield, Illinios. In this role, he consults with small and mid-sized businesses, primarily in the areas of taxation, financial accounting, and systems development.
Tim Melevin is an instructor/lecturer of various tax and accounting courses at Carthage.
Lecturer of Accounting and Finance
- B.A. — Accounting, Kelly School of Business at Indiana University (1974)
- MBA — with areas of emphasis in taxation and entrepreneurship, Kelly School of Business at Indiana University (1982)
- Individual Income Tax
- Intermediate Accounting
- Business Taxation
- Advanced Accounting
- Financial Accounting
Tax research and planning. Created and developed “Executive Tax Planning” course. Montana State University 2013.
Grants and Awards
- Certified Public Accountant 1978 to present
- Member of the Illinois CPA Society
- Member of Beta Alpha Psi
- Bracken Innovation Grant recipient from Montana State University (2012)
“Charitable Contributions of Art Works” Taxes Magazine October 1982