Fundamentals of Partnership Taxation

Author: Stephen A. Lind
Format: PDF, ePub
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The Fifth Edition of Fundamentals of Partnership Taxation integrates all significant new developments, making a particular effort to adhere to their highly successful concept of providing "fundamentals" coverage for one of the most demanding courses in the law school curriculum.

Fundamentals of federal income taxation

Author: James J. Freeland
Publisher: Foundation Pr
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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The Tenth Edition of Freeland, Lind & Stephens' Fundamentals of Federal Income Taxation incorporates changes made by 1996 & 1997 legislation including: * A new Chapter 11A dealing with the inclusion of gains on principal residences under Section 121 * A new Chapter 11C dealing with Exclusions & Other Tax Benefits Related to the Costs of Higher Education. These include the Sections 25A Hope & Lifetime Learning Credits, the Section 135 Savings Bond Exclusion Provision, the Section 529 Qualified State Tuition Programs & the Section 530 Educational IRAs * An addition to Chapter 20C to cover Roth IRAs & SIMPLE retirement plans * Changes in Chapter 21 dealing with Capital Gains & Losses to reflect the amendments to Section 1(h) & other legislative changes to the taxation of capital gains & losses * Consideration in Chapter 27B of the Qualified Adoption Expense Credit & the Child Credit

Fundamentals of Business Enterprise Taxation

Author: Stephen Schwarz
Publisher: Foundation Press
ISBN: 9781609300654
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Offered as an alternative to the authors' widely used separate texts on corporate and partnership tax, the fifth edition of this comprehensive casebook continues its tradition of providing an integrated approach to teaching the "fundamentals" of business enterprise taxation with clear and concise explanatory text, skillfully drafted problems, and a rich mix of original source materials to accompany the Code and regulations.

Corporate Taxation

Author: George K. Yin
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
ISBN: 145486074X
Format: PDF, ePub
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A concise, tightly-edited casebook that focuses on core principles and policies so students can learn the major patterns and themes of corporate taxation. Features: Focuses student attention on core principles and policies to enable students to learn the major patterns and themes of corporate tax Encourages students to learn the law from the basic source material --the Code and regulations--as supplemented by concise explanations when needed Many problems, questions, and examples help lead students through the challenging material An organizational structure that bridges concepts learned in the introductory income tax course and those presented in advanced tax classes. The text begins with subchapter S--an area of growing, practical significance--which serves to link individual and separate entity taxation Presents the taxation of transactions using a ""building-block"" approach from basic to complex transactions. This approach helps students to grasp that many complex transactions are merely combinations of simpler ones, and that a given transaction may be structured in different ways to achieve different tax consequences Cases and other source materials are edited concisely and note material is kept to a manageable length Completely up-to-date. The organizational structure and text are fully integrated to reflect current developments, including codification of the economic substance doctrine; impact of corporate tax shelters and application of substance-over-form doctrine; increased importance of passthrough tax principles; comparable treatment of dividends and long-term capital gain; recent changes affecting acquisitive and divisive reorganizations; and policy implications of current corporate tax reform options

Principles of Corporate Taxation

Author: Douglas A. Kahn
Publisher: West Academic Publishing
ISBN: 9780314184962
Format: PDF
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The book is not organized according to the chronological life of a corporation. Instead, the book begins by examining the tax treatment of a withdrawal of property from an existing corporation. The reason for choosing that organization is that the concepts embodied in such topics as dividends, earnings and profits, and stock redemptions are the fundamental building blocks on which the more complex provisions of corporate taxation rest. The authors explain the technical operation of the various Code provisions and provide numerous examples illustrating how they are applied and how several provisions must be read in concert with each other.