The Federal Income Taxation of Mortgage-Backed Securities

The Federal Income Taxation of Mortgage-Backed Securities

by James M. Peaslee, David Nirenberg, David Z. Nirenberg
     
 

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The explosive growth of the mortgage-backed securities marketplace, along with the sheer complexity of federal tax regulations, has created the need for a clear, comprehenisve treatment of the taxation of these important instruments. The Federal Income Taxation of Mortgage-Backed Securities fulfills this need for issuers, investors and sponsors alike. Since its

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The explosive growth of the mortgage-backed securities marketplace, along with the sheer complexity of federal tax regulations, has created the need for a clear, comprehenisve treatment of the taxation of these important instruments. The Federal Income Taxation of Mortgage-Backed Securities fulfills this need for issuers, investors and sponsors alike. Since its publication in 1989, the first edition has become the standard text in the area. This edition takes account of the many changes in the law and marketplace in the last five years. The book offers a complete review of the current tax treatment of all major types of mortgage-backed securities, including: fixed and floating rate CMOs; pass-throughs and loan particpations; regular and residual interest in REMICs; interest-only and principal-only strips; senior and subordinated pass-through certificates.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781557384836
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date:
06/01/1994
Edition description:
REVISED
Pages:
600
Product dimensions:
6.39(w) x 9.30(h) x 1.84(d)

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