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Federal Income Taxation of Corporations and Shareholders - Text

Federal Income Taxation of Corporations and Shareholders - Text - 7th edition

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Federal Income Taxation of Corporations and Shareholders - Text - 7TH 00 edition

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Boris I. Bittker and James S. Eustice

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Published: 2000
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Summary

Federal Income Taxation of Corporations & Shareholders, Seventh Edition is the resource that stands out as the supreme authority on the income taxation of corporations and shareholders. It brings you:

Coverage of the Treasury's 1999 Corporate Tax Shelter Proposals

  • Coverage of the 1997 Taxpayer Relief Act
  • Analysis of the Treasury's 1997 Corporate Tax Proposals (several of which have returned in expanded, though now prospective, form from their initial versions)
  • Coverage of the 1996 Tax Legislation -- The Small Business Job Protection Act of 1996
  • Complete analysis of the Revenue Reconciliation Act of 1993 -- you get the special insights only Boris I. Bitter and James S. Eustice can provide
  • New, more detailed Subject Index and Table of Contents to slash your research time
  • Cumulative Supplements that can be stored in the book for easy retrieval and reference

Going far beyond the scope of other references, the authors:

  • Take you beyond the mechanics of tax practice to provide a practical understanding of even the most complex tax matters
  • Alert you to the potential opportunities -- or dangers -- in any transaction affecting corporations and their shareholders
  • Help you develop the best approach to any transaction to help save tax dollars for your clients or corporation
  • Explain tax problems clearly and concisely to help you grasp the implications of the Code, complicated regulations and key case decisions

Author Bio

Bittker, Boris I. : Yale University

Boris I. Bittker is the Sterling Professor of Law Emeritus at Yale University and has taught and lectured at other leading schools throughout the country. He has written numerous books and articles, including the comprehensive treatise Federal Income Taxation of Income, Estates and Gifts.


Eustice, James S. : New York University

James S. Eustice is the Gerald L. Wallace Professor of Taxation at the New York University School of Law and counsel to the New York City law firm of Kronish, Lieb, Weiner & Hellman. He is the author of The Tax Reform Act of 1984: Analysis and co-author of The Tax Reform Act of 1986: Analysis and Commentary and Federal Income Taxation of S Corporations.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introductory
Chapter 2: Definition of ''Corporation''
Chapter 3: Organization of a Corporation: Section 351 and Related Problems
Chapter 4: Corporation's Capital Structure: Debt vs. Equity
Chapter 5: The Corporation Income Tax
Chapter 6: Corporate Elections Under Subchapter S
Chapter 7: Penalty Taxes on Undistributed Corporate Income
Chapter 8: Dividends and Other Nonliquidating Distributions
Chapter 9: Stock Redemptions
Chapter 10: Complete Liquidations and Other Taxable Dispositions of Corporate Stock and Assets in Bulk
Chapter 11: Corporate Divisions
Chapter 12: Corporate Reorganizations
Chapter 13: Affiliated Corporations
Chapter 14: Corporate Tax Attributes: Survival and Transfer
Chapter 15: Foreign Corporations and Foreign-Source Income

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