West's federal taxation: Comprehensive volume
Cengage South-Western, 2001 - Business & Economics - 1440 pages
Doing ones taxes either individual or business can be a tedious and ominous task, The West Federal Taxation Series can help to reduce anxiety and increase results by providing the necessary information in an understandable and approachable format. Each book in the series will serve as an invaluable resource in cracking the complex and often confusing Internal Revenue Code.
-- Each book provides comprehensive and up-to-date information on tax code, regulations and legislation.
-- Each offers numerous examples and exhibits, including completed tax forms to aid in the understanding of the tax topic at hand.
-- Written by the foremost experts in each of their respective fields in tax accounting.
-- The #1 market-leading educational series for 24 consecutive years!
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