Ildiko Toth is an associate instructor at the Lynn Pippenger School of Accountancy in Sarasota-Manatee and has taught intermediate accounting, accounting information systems and taxation. She is currently the coordinator for the accounting internship course on the Sarasota-Manatee campus.
She is a licensed CPA (IL) and has considerable experience as a tax adviser, a business analyst and as a revenue agent with the Internal Revenue Service. She joined USF as an instructor in 2012 and taught courses in concepts of federal income taxation, served as the coordinator for the USF Accounting Circle CPE Conference, was the liaison to the Accounting Circle and the Quality Improvement Process coordinator for accounting. She is a member of the Florida Institute of CPAs and currently serves as the liaison to the professional community in Sarasota-Manatee. Her research interests include individual and corporate taxation issues, business ethics and issues related to learning, curriculum design, decision making and judgment.
Toth earned a master's degree in accountancy from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
- ACG 3103 – Intermediate Financial Accounting I
- ACG 3113 – Intermediate Financial Accounting II
- Jozsi, Celina L., Ildiko Toth, Silviana Falcon, “The Importance of Developing Talent for the Profession: Reinforced Lessons from Remote Learning” Florida CPA Today, Fall 2020.
- Callahan, Brian A., Celina L. Jozsi, Ildiko Toth, “Anatomy of a Massive Florida Mortgage Fraud: Done at Last” Florida CPA Today, July/August 2017.
- Jozsi, Celina L., Ildiko Toth, William C. Quilliam, “Expanding the Classroom Walls: International Study Benefits the Profession” Florida CPA Today, July/August 2015.
- Mastracchio, Nicholas J. Jr., Carlos Jimenez-Angueira, Ildiko Toth “The State of Ethics in Business and the Accounting Profession” CPA Journal, March 2015.