A Complete Introduction to Corporate Taxation

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Carolina Academic Press, 2006 - Law - 326 pages
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Most books on the taxation of C corporations ignore important parts of this area, such as affiliated corporations and the filing of consolidated returns. This book, in addition to discussing the rules of Subchapter C, also introduces the concepts of affiliated corporations and the important area of consolidated returns. Hence, the reader receives a complete view of corporate taxation. Part I of the book introduces the tools and terms used by corporate tax lawyers. Part II discusses the taxation of C corporations in general. Part III discusses corporate distributions. Part IV, which covers the major areas of practice, contains an extensive discussion of corporate liquidations, distributions and reorganizations. Part V discusses controlled corporations, affiliated corporations and consolidated returns.

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Contents

The Tools Needed
5
Glossary of Terms Used
13
Overview of Subchapter C
25
Copyright

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Reginald Mombrun is a professor at Florida A & M College of Law.Gail Richmond is a professor at Shepard Broad Law Center.

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