California Income Tax Fundamentals 2001

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Cengage Learning, Mar 1, 2001 - Business & Economics - 264 pages
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A concise, practical guide to California state income taxation, Whittenburg/Raabe/Altus-Buller's text/workbook format presents material in easy-to-digest sections. Using multiple examples and review problems, it is perfect as a stand-alone text or as a supplement to any tax text where an emphasis on California state income taxes is desired.

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Contents

California Adjustments and Special Items
2-3
Nonresident Taxation and California
3-1
Multistate Taxation
5-1
Copyright

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Dr. Gerald E. Whittenburg was a professor of accounting and taxation at San Diego State University. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Houston and his professional designations included Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and Enrolled Agent (EA). Dr. Whittenburg's research interests focused on corporate and individual taxation as well as the tax research process. His articles on these and other topics appeared in such journals as the Accounting Review, Advances in Taxation, Accounting Education: An International Journal, Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education, Journal of Taxation, Taxes, Management Accounting, Practical Tax Strategies Journal of Taxation of Investments, Valuation Strategies, Journal of Small Business Strategy, Journal of Taxation of Financial Institutions, The Tax Adviser, Tax Notes, Real Estate Accounting and Taxation , and Journal of Accounting Education. Dr. Whittenburg has authored several tax textbooks, including Income Tax Fundamentals and Federal Tax Research. He was a visiting scholar at the University of Adelaide (Australia) in 1999 and 2005 and the University of South Australia in 2009 and 2010. In 2003, he received a Fulbright Senior Specialist grant at the Academy of Tax Services of Ukraine.

William A. Raabe, Ph.D., CPA, is the Distinguished Professor of Accounting in the College of Business and Economics of the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater. A graduate of Carroll University (Wisconsin) and the University of Illinois, Dr. Raabe's teaching and research interests include international and multistate taxation, technology in tax education, personal financial planning, and the economic impact of sports teams and fine arts groups. Professor Raabe also writes Federal Tax Research and the PricewaterhouseCoopers Tax Case Studies. He has written extensively about book-tax differences in financial reporting. Dr. Raabe has been a visiting tax faculty member for a number of public accounting firms, bar associations, and CPA societies. He has received numerous teaching awards, including the Accounting Educator of the Year award from the Wisconsin Institute of CPAs. He has been the faculty adviser for student teams in the Deloitte Tax Case Competition (national finalists at three different schools) and the PricewaterhouseCoopers Extreme Tax policy competition (national finalist). For more information about Dr. Raabe, visit BillRaabeTax.com and BillRaabeTax on YouTube and Twitter.

Martha Altus-Buller is a CPA with her own tax practice in San Diego, California. She attended Reed College in Portland, Oregon for two years, holds a BA in Mathematics from the University of California at San Diego and a MS in Accounting from San Diego State University. Ms. Altus Buller was awarded the Sells award for scoring among the top in the country on the May 1983 CPA exam. Her practical experience includes work as a tax manager for Arthur Young, now Ernst & Young, one of the (then) Big 8 accounting firms. She also has more than two decades of experience with a full-time practice in tax accounting.

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