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Principles of Taxation for Business and Investment Planning, by Jones and Rhodes-Catanach, is a different approach to the study of taxation than the traditional tax return preparation approach. This book teaches students to recognize the role taxes play in business and investment decisions. In addition, the book presents the general role of taxation and its implications across all taxpaying entities before discussing the details relevant to specific entities. This approach allows students to really grasp the fundamental concepts that are the foundation for specific tax rules. The benefit is that the students will understand the framework of the tax system, even though specific tax rules and regulations change from year to year.
Table of Contents
|Exploring the Tax Environment|
|Types of Taxes and the Jurisdictions That Use Them|
|Tax Policy Issues: Standards for a Good Tax|
|Fundamentals of Tax Planning|
|Taxes as Transaction Costs|
|Maxims of Income Tax Planning|
|The Measurement of Taxable Income|
|Taxable Income from Business Operations|
|Property Acquisitions and Cost Recovery Deductions|
|The Taxation of Business Income|
|Sole Proprietorships, Partnerships, LLCs, and S Corporations|
|The Corporate Taxpayer|
|The Choice of Business Entity|
|Jurisdictional Issues in Business Taxation|
|The Individual Taxpayer|
|The Individual Tax Formula|
|Compensation and Retirement Planning|
|Investment and Personal Financial Planning|
|Tax Consequences of Personal Activities|
|The Tax Compliance Process|
|The Tax Compliance Process|
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