Tax Aspects of Business Transactions: A First Course

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Prentice Hall, Jul 1, 1998 - Business & Economics - 706 pages
Focuses on understand tax concepts rather than on memorization of detailed tax rules. Instead of focusing solely on the individual taxpayer, this book covers a wide range of tax concepts — including a broad introduction to various types of tax entities and an emphasis on the relationship between financial and tax accounting. Stresses the importance of tax rules and concepts to financial accounting showing the role of taxes in the business decision-making process.

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Contents

Introduction
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BUILDING A FOUNDATION FOR THE STUDY OF TAXES
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Introduction
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