Taxation for Decision Makers 2018, 8th Edition
August 2017, ©2018
About the Authors
PART I INTRODUCTION TO TAXATION AND ITS ENVIRONMENT
1 An Introduction to Taxation
2 The Tax Practice Environment
PART II INCOME, EXPENSES, AND INDIVIDUAL TAXES
3 Determining Gross Income
4 Employee Compensation
5 Deductions for Individuals and Tax Determination
PART III BUSINESS AND PROPERTY CONCEPTS
6 Business Expenses
7 Property Acquisitions and Cost Recovery Deductions
PART IV PROPERTY DISPOSITIONS
8 Property Dispositions
9 Tax-Deferred Exchanges
PART V BUSINESS TAXATION
10 Taxation of Corporations
11 Sole Proprietorships and Flow-Through Entities
PART VI WEALTH TAXATION
12 Estates, Gifts, and Trusts
Appendix Selected Tax Tables for 2017
- All chapters updated to include relevant changes in tax law including inflation adjustments, new cases, and new rulings through the first quarter of 2017.
- Additional examples included with completed tax forms.
- All chapters reviewed to ensure that all tax topics tested on the new CPA exam are introduced and adequately addressed in the text.
- Chapter 1 revised by incorporating additional coverage of individual taxation to provide adequate background for those classes with primary emphasis on taxation of entities.
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