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Federal Income Taxation

ISBN-10: 0735592519
ISBN-13: 9780735592513
Edition: 3rd (Revised)
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Book details

List price: $226.00
Edition: 3rd
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Publication date: 7/26/2011
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 1008
Size: 7.75" wide x 10.75" long x 2.00" tall
Weight: 4.268
Language: English

This text's unique, flexible structure provides solid coverage of therudiments of the field while allowing instructors to integrate additional,in-depth material of their choice. More than 100 problems throughoutFederal income Taxation challenge students to apply theory to specific,realistic situations. The "core" text covers the leading cases and explainsthe substantive tax law that is essential to a basic understanding of federalincome tax law and principles. Meanwhile, "cells" offer supplemental materialto the core by presenting additional information and treating various topicsin greater detail.Many great features make this a valuable source for students:a core text (approx. 500 pages) covers leading cases and explains thesubstantive tax law that is essential to a basic understanding of federalincome tax law and principles"Cells" -- self-contained, optional units at the end of each chapter --supplement the core text by presenting additional material and treating asmall number of topics in greater detailNotes and questions provide background information and place the cases andstatutes in contextmore than 100 problems throughout the core text and cells challenge studentsto apply theory to specific situationsa stellar author team brings years of scholarship and teaching experience tothe materiala detailed Teacher's Manual provides comments and suggestions for teachingboth the core and the cell material as well as answers to all of the questionsand problems in the casebookThe Second Edition has been carefully updated with great new information:the Supreme Court's recent decision in Banks replaces the older Clarks andKenseth cases (Chapter 10)in response to popular demand, Supreme Court's decision in Cottage Savings hasbeen added as a principal case (Chapter 3, part B)expanded and updated coverage of the AMT (Chapter 8)additional coverage of statutory developments such as the election to deductstate sales taxes (in lieu of state income taxes), the treatment of contingentattorney's fees as above-the-line deductions, and the introduction of severalconsumer energy credits (e.g., for the purchase of hybrid cars)

Lawrence Zelenak is the Pamela B. Gann Professor of Law at Duke University School of Law.

An Introduction to the Income Tax
Cells: reading the Code (using the example of the moving expense deduction)
Understanding tax rates
Inflation and the income tax
Compliance and enforcement
Tax return preparation and standards
The Scope of Gross Income
Cells: the recovery of capital doctrine
Distinguishing gifts from compensation for services
Life insurance
The taxation of baseballs and other found property
Free parking
Frequent flier miles
Defining cancellation of indebtedness income; rescission
Property Transactions
Cells: the personal residence gain exclusion
The installment method of section 453; and selected topics in like-kind exchanges
Personal Deductions
Cells: quid pro quo contributions
Exempt organizations
Private foundations
Casualty losses materials and problem sets
Double tax benefits
Business Deductions
Capitalization and Cost Recovery
Cells: section 197 intangibles
Repair deductions
Tax Accounting
Cell: inventories and accrual accounting
Tax Preferences, Tax Shelters, and the Alternative Minimum Tax
Cells: the alternative minimum tax and its discontents
Compliance and enforcement
Return preparation standards
Taxation of the Family
Cells: a comparative perspective on child care as a business expense
Marriage penalty causes and cures
Family income-splitting by statute
Design issues relating to the earned income tax credit
Identifying the Proper Taxpayer
Cells: interest on client trust accounts
Family income-splitting by statute
Retirement Savings and Consumption Taxation
Capital Gains and Losses

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