West's Federal Taxation: Comprehensive volume

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South-Western College, 2001 - Income tax - 1440 pages
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Doing ones taxes either individual or business can be a tedious and ominous task, The West Federal Taxation Series can help to reduce anxiety and increase results by providing the necessary information in an understandable and approachable format. Each book in the series will serve as an invaluable resource in cracking the complex and often confusing Internal Revenue Code.
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An Introduction to Taxation and Understanding the Federal
Depletion Methods 721
The Percentage of Completion

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William Hoffman (May 16, 1925-September 12, 2009) was an American writer who published 13 novels and four books of short stories. He lived in Charlotte Court House, Virginia. Hoffman was the recipient of the 1992 John Dos Passos Prize For Literature. In 1996 he was awarded the O. Henry Prize. In 1999 he received The Dashiell Hammett Award for the book Tidewater Blood.

Eugene Willis is the Arthur Andersen Alumni Professor of Accountancy at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. He joined the Illinois faculty in 1975 after receiving his Ph.D. from the University of Cincinnati. He has published articles in leading academic and professional journals, including The Accounting Review, The Journal of the American Taxation Association, The Journal of Accountancy, and The Journal of Taxation. Professor Willis is co-director of the National Tax Education Program, a continuing education program co-sponsored by the American Institute of CPAs and the University of Illinois.

William A. Raabe, Ph.D., CPA, teaches graduate tax courses at the Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University and at the Capital University (OH) Law School. He is a leader among business school tax faculty in incorporating developments in technology into curricula for the educational development of tax professionals. Dr. Raabe's teaching and research interests focus on multijurisdictional taxation and financial planning, and he is recognized as the leader among business school academics in the fields of state and local income, sales, and property taxation. Dr. Raabe is the author or editor of approximately twenty books, including this text, SCHEDULE M-3 COMPLIANCE, and the MULTISTATE CORPORATE TAX GUIDE. He has received university-wide recognition as the winner of the AMOCO Foundation Award for Teaching Excellence, and the Wisconsin Institute of CPAs named him the Educator of the Year.

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