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Integrating theory and policy throughout, this smart yet approachable casebook is distinguished, in part by a tradition of outstanding authorship, begun with original author Boris Bittker of Yale and continuing through fifteen successive editions.
Generations of instructors and students have praised Federal Income Taxation for the features that make it extraordinary:
The extensively revised Fifteenth edition features:
A classic casebook long trusted and admired by generations of law school students and professors welcomes new co-author Kirk J. Stark, whose contribution will reflect the most current scholarship and pedagogy in the field today.
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Some Characteristics of Income
Chapter 3. Problems of Timing
Chapter 4. Personal Deductions, Exemptions, and Credits
Chapter 5. Allowances for Mixed Business and Personal Outlays
Chapter 6. Deductions for the Costs of Earning Income
Chapter 7. The Splitting of Income
Chapter 8. Capital Gains and Losses
Table of Cases