Accounting and Tax Aspects of Computer Software Manufacturing

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Praeger, 1987 - Business & Economics - 162 pages
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With limited exceptions, present accounting rules do not address software accounting, and state and federal rules of taxing software remain ambiguous. Up-to-date, comprehensive, and written by the leading authority in this field, "Accounting and Tax Aspects of Computer Software Manufacturing" explains these rules for anyone involved with the tax or accounting aspects of software, including accountants, attorneys, and corporate executives.

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Contents

Arguments for and Against Capitalization
27
Does It Matter?
35
Computer Software and the Investment Tax Credit
85
Copyright

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About the author (1987)

ROBERT W. MCGEE is Professor of Accounting and Taxation at the W. Paul Stillman School of Business, Seton Hall University.

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