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Concepts in Federal Taxation , 2000 Edition - 00 edition

Concepts in Federal Taxation , 2000 Edition (ISBN10: 0324009305; ISBN13: 9780324009309)
ISBN13: 978-0324009309
ISBN10: 0324009305

Summary: Concepts in Federal Taxation is designed for a less detailed approach to federal taxation of individuals and corporations in an introductory taxation course. Murphy and Higgins, take a more conceptual, less technical approach to federal taxation. This conceptual approach presents taxation as a small number of unifying concepts; overriding principals that apply to all specific tax rules and regulations. These concepts define tax. Therefore, by knowing the under
lying concepts that shape tax law, students can understand the wide range of tax rules and regulations without having to commit each one to memory.

NEW!!! ISSUE IDENTIFICATION QUESTIONS - These questions, now identified by an icon, require the reader to understand the tax issue at hand.
NEW!!! CONCEPT CHECKS - This new feature reinforces difficult concepts putting them into a context that is approachable and applicable.
RIA RESEARCH QUESTIONS - These research questions, at least 2 per chapter, require the reader to uncover the answers using the RIA OnPoint System 4, Student Version CD-ROM - an abbreviated version of the acclaimed computerized tax research database, recently voted the #1 research database by tax practitioners.
INTERNET ASSIGNMENTS - Each chapter contains at least one assignment which requires the use of the Internet as a tax research tool.
SERIOUS PROBLEMS!! - CFT has more problems and more types of problem than any other tax text available on the market today. In every edition at least 50% are new or revised. Great way to test the knowledge gained.
TAX RESEARCH - Chapter 15, a chapter completely dedicated to tax research, allows instructors the flexibility of integrating this topic into the course where appropriate.
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Summary: Concepts in Federal Taxation is designed for a less detailed approach to federal taxation of individuals and corporations in an introductory taxation course. Murphy and Higgins, take a more conceptual, less technical approach to federal taxation. This conceptual approach presents taxation as a small number of unifying concepts; overriding principals that apply to all specific tax rules and regulations. These concepts define tax. Therefore, by knowing the underlying concepts that shape tax law, students can understand the wide range of tax rules and regulations without having to commit each one to memory.

NEW!!! ISSUE IDENTIFICATION QUESTIONS - These questions, now identified by an icon, require the reader to understand the tax issue at hand.
NEW!!! CONCEPT CHECKS - This new feature reinforces difficult concepts putting them into a context that is approachable and applicable.
RIA RESEARCH QUESTIONS - These research questions, at least 2 per chapter, require the reader to uncover the answers using the RIA OnPoint System 4, Student Version CD-ROM - an abbreviated version of the acclaimed computerized tax research database, recently voted the #1 research database by tax practitioners.
INTERNET ASSIGNMENTS - Each chapter contains at least one assignment which requires the use of the Internet as a tax research tool.
SERIOUS PROBLEMS!! - CFT has more problems and more types of problem than any other tax text available on the market today. In every edition at least 50% are new or revised. Great way to test the knowledge gained.
TAX RESEARCH - Chapter 15, a chapter completely dedicated to tax research, allows instructors the flexibility of integrating this topic into the course where appropriate. ...show less

Edition/Copyright: 00
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Publisher: South-Western Publishing Co.
Year Published: 2000
International: No

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