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Strategic Corporate Tax Planning

Strategic Corporate Tax Planning

John E. Karayan, Charles W. Swenson, Joseph W. Neff

ISBN: 978-0-471-43076-6

Oct 2002

408 pages

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A corporate guide to understanding the basic tax implications of everyday business
Organized to cover the tax implications of transactions as they occur through a company's life cycle, the basic principles of tax management are applied through the use of case studies that simulate a variety of real-world marketplace conditions. Value-added and financial reporting effects of tax management are discussed, as well as country-specific tax rules, and cross-border transactions.
John E. Karayan, JD, PhD (Glendale, CA), is a professor at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. He is also a partner in the law firm of Bond
Karayan. Charles W. Swenson, PhD (Pasadena, CA), is a professor at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, where he teaches a number of courses in accounting and taxation.
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PART ONE: Understanding Strategic Tax Planning: A Framework

CHAPTER 1: A Framework for Understanding Taxes

CHAPTER 2: Utilizing the SAVANT Framework to Guide Tax Planning

PART TWO: Forming the Enterprise

CHAPTER 3: Choosing a Legal Entity: Risk Management, Raising Capital, and Tax Management

CHAPTER 4: Financing a New Venture

PART THREE: Operating the Firm

CHAPTER 5: New Products: Development, Promotion, and Advertising

CHAPTER 6: Attracting and Motivating Employees and Managers: Company and Employee Tax Planning

CHAPTER 7: Market Penetration: Operating in Different States

CHAPTER 8: Market Penetration: Company and Employee Tax Planning for Operating in Foreign Countries

CHAPTER 9: Operations Management

CHAPTER 10: Financing Ongoing Operations and Tax Planning

CHAPTER 11: Capital Budgeting

CHAPTER 12: Financial Statement Analysis and Proactive Tax Planning

PART FOUR: Changing Original Form

CHAPTER 13: Restructuring

CHAPTER 14: Mergers and Acquisitions

CHAPTER 15: Other Topics in Changing Original Form