Essentials of Taxation 2016: Individuals and Business by William A. Raabe, David M. Maloney, James C. Young, James E. PDF

By William A. Raabe, David M. Maloney, James C. Young, James E. Smith, Annette Nellen

Basically introduce brand new most crucial tax suggestions and ever-changing tax laws with Raabe/Maloney/Young/Smith/Nellen's SOUTH-WESTERN FEDERAL TAXATION 2016: necessities OF TAXATION: participants AND company ENTITIES, 19E. popular for its comprehensible, time-tested presentation, this e-book continues to be the best answer for supporting scholars completely grab taxation strategies and functions. scholars will now reap the benefits of much more insurance of tax making plans. The 2016 version displays the newest tax laws. on-line updates spotlight suitable tax legislation adjustments as they take impact to make sure your path is still present. New and confirmed studying positive factors, resembling extra "Big photograph" examples, memorable tax eventualities and "What If?" case diversifications, aid make clear techniques whereas polishing scholars' critical-thinking, writing abilities, and on-line learn talents. as well as accomplished teacher help, every one new booklet contains H&R Block® software program, and the pro tax learn instrument, Checkpoint® (Student variation) from Thomson Reuters. CengageNOW on-line homework answer and MindTap® Reader also are to be had. belief SOUTH-WESTERN FEDERAL TAXATION 2016: necessities OF TAXATION: contributors AND company ENTITIES, 19E for the best tax assurance to lead your scholars.

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EXAMPLE 10 The Federal gift tax is intended to complement the estate tax. The gift tax base is the sum of all taxable gifts made during one’s lifetime. Gifts are valued at the fair market value of the property on the date of the gift. To compute the tax due in a year, the tax rate schedule is applied to the sum of all lifetime taxable gifts. The resulting tax is then reduced by gift taxes paid in prior years. 7 The transfer of assets by a decedent at death effectively is treated as a final gift under the tax law.

The more closely related the heir, the lower the rates imposed and the greater the exemption allowed. Some states completely exempt amounts passing to a surviving spouse from taxation. 1-2d Gift Tax Like estate and inheritance taxes, the Federal gift tax is an excise tax levied on the right to transfer property. In this case, however, the tax is imposed on transfers made during the owner’s life rather than at death. , gifts). Carl sells property worth $20,000 to his daughter for $1,000. Although property worth $20,000 has been transferred, only $19,000 represents a gift, because this is the portion not supported by full and adequate consideration.

Cengage Learning reserves the right to remove additional content at any time if subsequent rights restrictions require it. S. S. Income Tax Treaties in Force 16-5 16-6 Financial Disclosure Insights: Effective Tax Strategies Using Overseas Operations Tax Fact: Where Do We Stand? S. S. S. Person’s Income 16-20 CROSSING STATE LINES: STATE AND LOCAL INCOME TAXATION IN THE UNITED STATES Tax Fact: State Tax Revenue Sources Sources of Law 16-31 16-31 16-32 CHAPTER 17 BUSINESS TAX CREDITS AND CORPORATE ALTERNATIVE MINIMUM TAX 17-1 Part 6: Special Business Topics CHAPTER 16 MULTIJURISDICTIONAL TAXATION Interjurisdictional Agreements Bridge Discipline: Bridge to Economic Development and Political Science Refocus on the Big Picture: Going International 16-20 16-21 16-21 The Big Picture: Dealing with Tax Credits and the AMT 17-1 BUSINESS-RELATED TAX CREDIT PROVISIONS 17-2 General Business Credit 17-2 Tax Fact: Where Have All the Credits Gone?

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