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CONCEPTS IN FEDERAL TAXATION is designed for a more conceptual, less detailed approach to federal taxation of individuals and corporations in an introductory taxation course. This conceptual approach presents taxation as a small number of unifying concepts, stressing the overriding principles that apply to all specific tax rules and regulations. CONCEPTS IN FEDERAL TAXATION offers an excellent balance between tax concepts and the Internal Revenue Code and regulations, preparing users for a future in the business environment.
PART I: CONCEPTUAL FOUNDATIONS OF THE TAX LAW. 1. Federal Income Taxation—An Overview. 2. Income Tax Concepts. PART II: GROSS INCOME. 3. Income Sources. 4. Income Exclusions. PART III: DEDUCTIONS. 5. Introduction to Business Expenses. 6. Business Expenses. 7. Losses: Deductions and Limitations. 8. Taxation of Individuals. PART IV: PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS. 9. Acquisitions of Property. 10. Cost Recovery on Property: Depreciation, Depletion, and Amortization. 11. Property Dispositions. 12. Nonrecognition Transactions. PART V: INCOME TAX ENTITIES. 13. Choice of Business Entity—General Tax and Nontax Factors/Formation. 14. Choice of Business Entity—Operations and Distributions. 15. Choice of Business Entity—Other Considerations. PART VI: TAX RESEARCH. 16. Tax Research. APPENDICES. A. Tax Return Problem. B. Tax Rate Schedules and Tax Tables. C. Tax Forms. D. Statements on Standards for Tax Services. Glossary. Index.