AUTHORS: Helewitz, Jeffrey A. - ©2005
A Guide to Federal Income Tax superbly integrates law and tax policy, providing readers with a basic theoretical understanding of federal taxation in the major areas that would be addressed in most small law firms. It also gives the reader an overview of the workings of the Internal Revenue Service, and guides them, line by through, through all of the federal tax forms a law office would encounter. Through numerous examples, practical tips, summaries of judicial decisions, chapter summaries, and exercise problems, the author does an exceptional job of helping current and future legal professionals absorb this wealth of information. Readers are taken from basic tax law and policy at the start of the book to chapters on individual taxation, the taxation of the various business formats, and the taxation of trusts and estates.
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