Irwin Jay Katz

Irwin Jay Katz

Associate Professor of Instruction
Campus: St. Petersburg
Room: LPH 316H
Phone: 727-873-4027

Irwin Jay Katz is an associate professor of instruction in the Lynn Pippenger School of Accountancy in St. Petersburg, teaching tax courses with a focus on showing students that mastering tax issues can lead to many career opportunities. He teaches a variety of topics including advanced corporate taxation, advanced partnership taxation, concepts of federal income taxation, federal taxation of business entities and more.

Katz has had his work published in the Tax Development Journal, the ATA Journal of Legal Tax Research, the Mississippi Law Journal and the Virginia Tax Review. He is also co-author of the books The Tools and Techniques of Estate Planning and The Tools and Techniques of Income Tax Planning.

He earned a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Tennessee and master's degrees in law from the University of Florida and New York University.


  • BUL 3320 - Law And Business I
  • TAX 6005 - Advanced Partnership Taxation
  • TAX 6134 - Advanced Corporate Taxation


  • Katz, I.Jay. (2019). Instilling subpart F with horizontal equity as applicable to individual U.S. shareholders. ATA Journal of Legal Tax Research,
  • Katz, I.Jay. (2018). Tax return reform: Entity-specific fiduciary income tax returns would bring substance to the form. Tax Development Journal, 8(2018), 56-95.