Individual Income Tax: From Law to Practice / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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This tax book is a dyamic, unique blend of print-based and Web-based instructional material that gives you continued up-to-the-minute coverage thus bettering most tax and accounting texts that are out of date before they arrive in the bookstore. Designed to be dynamic, it combines print and web materials in order to respond to rapidly changing tax material while helping students think about and, more importantly, use the WWW for academic, learning, and tax research purposes. With its unique blend of web materials, that allows for a more concise print form which is an excellent value for your students. It also bridges the gap between texts that are heavily law and/or theory oriented (with little practical material) and ones that are fill-in-the-blank with no guidance as to where to look for appropriate tax authority (i.e. Code or Regulations). Schisler & Niswander recognize theoretical and the practical needs by providing a solid foundation with research identifying key topical coverage requested along with tools, such as using the WWW, helping to locate the appropriate tax authority. Shisler & Niswander deliver updates via the WWW to complement the printed material.
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Table of Contents1. The United States Tax System and Tax Law Authority
2.Overview and the Tax Formula
3.Gross Income: Inclusions and Exclusions
5.Self-Employed Business Income
6.Capital Gains and Other Sales of Property
7.Retirement Plans and Annuities: Contributions and Distributions
8.Rental Property, Royalties, and Income from Flow-Through Entities
9.At-Risk and Passive Activity Loss Rules
10.Special Property Transactions. 11. Adjustments for Adjusted Gross Income
14.Alternative Minimum Tax for Individuals
15.IRS Audit and Compliance Issues.