Cases, Text and Problems on Federal Income Taxation

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Thomson/West, 2006 - Law - 862 pages
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As with the previous editions, the authors have tried to prepare materials that will help students cope with a confusing mass of legislation by seeing the minutiae of the Code as reflections of basic concepts and recurring problems of income taxation. The authors continue to treat the income and deduction aspects of particular kinds of payments-especially interest-together, a technique they see as essential if students are to understand what is at stake in particular controversies.

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Contents

Table of Cases
xxviii
Table of Internal Revenue Code Sections
xxxvii
Table of Treasury Regulations and Rulings
liii
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Dr. Alan Gunn is senior lecturer and Zoology Programme Director at the School of Biological & Earth Sciences, at John Moores University. He has written numerous papers on parasitology, the biology of blowflies, the physiology and behaviour of agricultural pests and ecotoxicology, and develops computer based learning tools to support his teaching in these areas. He is interested in the effectiveness of enquiry-based learning as a means of enhancing student performance and has written several papers on this topic. This is his first textbook.

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