Lexis Guide to Family Tax Matters

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LexisNexis, Aug 6, 2012 - Law - 1138 pages
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The Lexis Guide to Family Tax Matters is a compilation of expert-authored chapters contained in the Federal Tax--Topical product. Rather than requiring a practitioner to wade through volumes of material, most of which is not relevant to the transactions at hand, the Lexis Guide to Family Tax Matters includes only those chapters dealing with family tax issues. The Guide contains basic explanations, along with practical guidance and practice tips with respect to topics contained in the product. Geared to the small law firm--the family law practitioner, the small tax practitioner, or the general practitioner with a significant family law/family tax practice, the product pulls together tax information relating to a variety of issues, both within the family unit and resulting from dissolution of the marriage or family relationship.
 

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Contents

An Overview
1986
Filing Status of Individuals
Items Of Gross Income
Special Tax Rules for Children
Overview of Tax Credits
Credit for the Elderly and Permanently Totally Disabled
Earned Income Credit
The Child Tax Credit
Transfers of Property Between Spouses or Incident to Divorce
Moving Expenses
Casualty and Theft Losses
Government Benefits Welfare Benefits and Miscellaneous Exclusions
General Principles of Income Taxation of Trusts and Estates
Federal Estate Tax Basics
Gift Tax Basics
Estate Planning Goals

Introduction to Itemized Deductions
Personal and Dependency Exemptions
EducationRelated Issues
HealthRelated Issues
Bankruptcy for Individuals
Divorce And Separation
CHAPTER 16A Specifics of Alimony and Child Support
Planning for Community Property
Dependent Care Assistance Programs DCAPSection 129
Planning for the Terminally Ill Client
Appendix A Related IRS Tax Forms and Publications on Family Tax Issues
INDEX
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