Research & Teaching Interests

Professor Zullos primary teaching interests lie in the area of federal income taxation at both the individual and the entity level. To that end, he lectures at both the undergraduate and graduate (MST program) level in those areas. In addition, he also teaches principles of financial accounting and managerial accounting at the undergraduate level.

Education

  • MS in Taxation, Bentley University
  • BS in Accountancy, Bentley University

Selected Publications

  • August 2013, Morrow, M, Rupert, T, Zullo, R: Rev. Proc. 2013-13: A New Option for the Home Office Deduction, The Tax Adviser (American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • July 2013, Zullo, R: Maximizing Your Potential Tax Deduction Under IRC 213 for Certain Special Education Costs, Sum News (Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants)

Industry & Academic Experience

Prior to joining Northeastern University, Professor Zullo spent over two decades practicing in public accounting. He has served both international and local accounting firms practicing in the discipline of taxation.

Services to the Profession

Professor Zullo is a member in good standing of both the American Institute of CPAs as well as the Massachusetts Society of CPAs. In addition, he has been licensed as a Certified Public Accountant in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts since 1993.