Corporate Income Taxation

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West Group, 2001 - Business & Economics - 1196 pages
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Corporate tax laws have changed radically-most importantly due to the Tax Reform Act of 1986. This treatise is aimed at generalists who need a comprehensive overview of corporate tax doctrine and tax laws, specialists who need a way to synthesize the relevant authorities on a particular question, and students who want a discursive text to read along with their casebook. Discusses the crucial issues of corporate taxation. This book provides a comprehensive understanding of the field, enhance law student performance on exams, and also provides a useful guide for attorneys practicing in this area.

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Lehman, former Dean of the University of Michigan Law School, is President of Cornell University.

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