Wayne is an assistant professor in the Accounting and Info Systems Department at the Eli Broad College of Business. His research interest include corporate tax planning, international taxation, and financial reporting disclosure. He teaches federal income tax accounting in the undergraduate program and is an advisor to the MSU's Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. Wayne received his PhD. from The University of Georgia in 2014. Prior to academia, he was the financial planning manager for BAT U.K. PLC's operations in Jamaica.
What the unmarried cohabitation bill means for taxes April 20, 2023 Outlet: Wood8 Wayne Nesbitt, assistant professor of accounting and information systems, spoke to WOOD TV News 8 on April 20 to discuss the Michigan Senate’s recent repeal of a state law banning the cohabitation of unmarried couples and how the repeal would affect taxes. An article was also published at UPmatters.com.