Principles of Taxation for Business and Investment Planning 2021 Edition24th Edition
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Introduction to Students
PART ONE Exploring the Tax Environment
Ch. 1 Taxes and Taxing Jurisdictions
Ch. 2 Policy Standards for a Good Tax
PART TWO Fundamentals of Tax Planning
Ch. 3 Taxes as Transaction Costs
Ch. 4 Maxims of Income Tax Planning
Ch. 5 Tax Research
PART THREE The Measurement of Taxable Income
Ch. 6 Taxable Income from Business Operations
Ch. 7 Property Acquisitions and Cost Recovery Deductions
Appendix 7–A Midquarter Convention Tables
Ch. 8 Property Dispositions
Ch. 9 Nontaxable Exchanges
PART FOUR The Taxation of Business Income
Ch. 10 Sole Proprietorships, Partnerships, LLCs, and S Corporations
Ch. 11 The Corporate Taxpayer
Appendix 11–A Schedule M-3 for Reconciling Book and Taxable Income
Ch. 12 The Choice of Business Entity
Ch. 13 Jurisdictional Issues in Business Taxation
PART FIVE The Individual Taxpayer
Ch. 14 The Individual Tax Formula
Ch. 15 Compensation and Retirement Planning
Ch. 16 Investment and Personal Financial Planning
Appendix 16–A Comprehensive Schedule D Problem
Ch. 17 Tax Consequences of Personal Activities
Appendix 17–A Social Security Worksheet (Adapted from IRS Publication 915)
PART SIX The Tax Compliance Process
Ch. 18 The Tax Compliance Process
A. Present Value of $1
B. Present Value of Annuity of $1
C. 2019 Income Tax Rates A–4
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