James F. Ivers III is a former professor of taxation at The American College. He received his BA from the Villanova University Honors Program, his JD and LLM in taxation from Boston University School of Law, and his Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC®) designation from The American College.
During his time at The American College, Mr. Ivers' was responsible for the development of HS 321 Income Taxation. He has authored, co-authored, and edited several books published by The American College, including Fundamentals of Income Taxation, Planning for Business Owners and Professionals, The Financial Services Professional's Guide to the Tax Reform Act of 1986, The Financial Services Professional's Guide to the State of the Art, Financial Planning: The New Century, Fundamentals of Financial Planning, McGill's Life Insurance, and Readings in Income Taxation. He also has published many articles in professional journals.
Prior to joining the College faculty, Mr. Ivers was an associate attorney with the law firm of Kopelman and Paige, PC, Boston. He also was an instructor in taxation at the Harvard University Extension.