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9780735512207

Federal Income Taxation

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  • ISBN13:

    9780735512207

  • ISBN10:

    0735512205

  • Edition: 12th
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2000-02-01
  • Publisher: Aspen Pub

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Students and instructors nationwide will soon recognize that FEDERAL INCOME TAXATION, Twelfth Edition, Is the most accessible edition to date! Every single element of this longstanding leading text - from content selection to sequence to organization - has been enhanced for greater effectiveness and easier understanding. The strengths that have earned the casebook enduring popularity continue to serve as the backbone of the book such as: Problems that are interspersed between notes and questions. A perfectly balanced presentation that heightens accessibility while it remains challenging. the current authors, who are among the most noted scholars of their generation, continue to uphold and extend the tradition of excellence established by original author Boris Bittker. A unique introduction that provides insightful historical background and some economic analysis. Integrated theory and policy when appropriate. an extensive Teacher's Manual, long regarded as one of the best in any substantive area, supports the text and gives practical suggestions rooted in years of classroom experience. Some of the many exciting changes made For The Twelfth Edition include: new co-author Daniel Shaviro shares his expertise in tax law and policy new and additional problems, In response to user feedback new introductory text supplies additional explanations updated text on the 1997 Tax Act substantially trimmed notes concentrating on the essentials a new discussion of 'flat tax' and expanded section on tax compliance materials on Drescher that now stand alone and can be used when professors prefer a rewritten section on original issue discount, now clearer and easier to follow an impressive author web site, www.law.nvu.edu/bankmanj/ cases which have been exhaustively reviewed include preserved teaching cases considered to be the best, and less distinguished cases either cut, reduced, or summarized If you select a casebook on the basis of quality, currency, and accessibility, you're sure to choose FEDERAL INCOME TAXATION, Twelfth Edition, For your next course.

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