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Tax Exempt Organizations: Cases and Materials

Tax Exempt Organizations: Cases and Materials Lowest new price: $17.45
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Author: Nicholas P. Cafardi
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This casebook provides a comprehensive examination of the law of tax-exempt organizations. At the outset, the book provides an overview of the subject, including historical background, the underlying rationales and policy considerations of exemptions, and the current tests for qualifying for federal tax exemption. Tax Exempt Organizations covers the five major types of 501(c)(3) organizations: religious organizations and churches, educational organizations, healthcare organizations, arts organizations, and other "charitable" organizations. Additional topics include: charitable contributions, social welfare organizations and their relationship to 501(c)(3)s, trade associations, social clubs, fraternal benefit organizations, unrelated business income tax (UBIT), and private foundations.


Each chapter includes cases, revenue rulings and procedures, law review excerpts, other essays, and specific sections of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC). In addition, many hypotheticals along with notes and comments are included to encourage class discussion and to assist students in developing and improving their legal analysis skills. Tax Exempt Organizations includes as the last chapter, Securing and Maintaining Tax-Exempt Status, a practical discussion of procuring tax-exempt status, including sample tax forms, a discussion of the appeals process, and excerpts from IRC section 501.

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Small Business Taxation: Planning and Practice

Small Business Taxation: Planning and Practice Lowest used price: $6.50
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Author: Gary L. Maydew
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Mayhew is a retired accounting professor from Iowa State U. who has published several books and some 50 articles on taxation. His text provides clear explanations and analysis of small business tax laws. Intended for accountants, attorneys, tax preparers, bankers, business owners and managers, it is also suitable for college courses on small business tax and planning. The third edition features new chapters on taxation of international transactions and on estate planning, provides expanded coverage of sole proprietorships, and incorporates changes resulting from the Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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The Law of Tax-Exempt Healthcare Organizations

The Law of Tax-Exempt Healthcare Organizations Lowest used price: $2.99
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Author: Thomas K. Hyatt

Approximately seventy percent of all hospitals are tax-exempt, but they are governed by only some of the laws that govern other tax-exempt organizations. This book serves as a comprehensive, one-volume source of detailed information on federal, state, and local laws governing tax-exempt healthcare organizations. It tackles complex legal issues in practical, easy-to-understand language.


State and Local Taxation and Finance in a Nutshell (West Nutshell Series)

State and Local Taxation and Finance in a Nutshell  (West Nutshell Series) Lowest new price: $170.41
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Author: M. David Gelfand

Expert authors summarize state and local government revenue sources from real estate taxes, personal property taxes, income taxes, sales taxes, license fees, and special assessments. Text examines state and local government expenditures, including budgetary requirements, collective bargaining, employee salaries, spending limits, and school finance requirements. State and local government debt financing and capital expenditures are also discussed.

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State and Local Taxation: Cases and Materials (American Casebook Series)

State and Local Taxation: Cases and Materials (American Casebook Series) Lowest used price: $2.51
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Author: Jerome R. Hellerstein
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This law school casebook contains the most recent cases dealing with such issues as jurisdiction to tax out-of-state corporations, taxation of electric-power generating capacity and contaminated property, use tax collection responsibilities, and multiple and discriminatory taxation of nonresidents. In addition, this edition focuses on the rapidly expanding issues raised by state taxation of electronic commerce. It also includes the latest U.S. Supreme Court cases of general significance, as well as a section devoted to fundamental sales tax reform reflected in the states’ Streamlined Sales Tax Project.

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J.K. Lasser's Face to Face With the IRS: Successful Strategies for Dealing With Audits

J.K. Lasser's Face to Face With the IRS: Successful Strategies for Dealing With Audits Lowest new price: $39.99
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Author: Robert G. Nath

Discusses the extent of IRS power, avoiding penalties, making a tax return audit-proof, when to fight the IRS, and consulting a tax professional


Antenna Zoning: Broadcast, Cellular & Mobile Radio, Wireless Internet- Laws, Permits & Leases

Antenna Zoning: Broadcast, Cellular & Mobile Radio, Wireless Internet- Laws, Permits & Leases Lowest new price: $99.99
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Author: Fred Hopengarten

If you are building, adding to, modifying, or even upgrading a commercial antenna system, and most especially if you hope to erect a new tower, then zoning laws apply to you. Antenna Zoning enables you to successfully navigate structure regulations, permitting, and even lease negotiations. Whether you are involved with broadcast radio or television, cellular telephone, paging, wireless internet service, or other telecommunications, this book is a must-have before you begin work on the project.

Author Fred Hopengarten is a specialized communications lawyer with extensive experience in antenna and tower regulation, and has been involved in many high-profile zoning cases. His first-hand experience comes to you in this book with lessons learned, case studies, examples, and material you can use presented in an easy-to-understand manner.


How to Probate an Estate in Florida: With Forms (Legal Survival Guides)

How to Probate an Estate in Florida: With Forms (Legal Survival Guides) Lowest new price: $217.60
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Author: Gudrun M. Nickel

Instructions and forms that you need.


The Trader's Tax Survival Guide (A Marketplace Book)

The Trader's Tax Survival Guide (A Marketplace Book) Lowest new price: $5.34
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Author: Ted Tesser

"The worst crime a trader can make is to have made money, but then to hand it right over to the government because of a fundamental lack of knowledge of the tax laws and the strategies which can be used advantageously." —Ted Tesser.

The first —and only —tax guide written exclusively for traders and investors has been thoroughly revised and expanded to arm you with the knowledge and strategies you need to thrive under current investment tax laws. Written by Ted Tesser, an active trader as well as an accountant specializing in investment-related taxation, The Trader's Tax Survival Guide helps you to exploit fully all available tax options for the highest possible return on your investments.

Drawing on actual court cases, this indispensable guide covers all the bases, providing complete details on everything from getting around the 2% itemized deduction limit and preparing for an audit to planning for retirement and transferring wealth to future generations. You'll also find vital information on how the Tax Reform Acts of the past decade —including the tax code changes of 1996 and 1997 —affect you and your investments.

Just as importantly, The Trader's Tax Survival Guide introduces you to Total Return Investment Planning (TRIP), a major component of Ted Tesser's extremely popular seminars on how to create and manage a successful trading business. TRIP is a simple but very effective methodology for evaluating your investments from a "total return" perspective that integrates good tax planning with good investment planning. With the basics of TRIP in place, you can then take full advantage of Tesser's invaluable tax-saving strategies, 66 specific methods for reducing your tax burden.

Readers will also appreciate the chapter on the preferred tax status of "trader." Most investors (and their tax preparers) don't realize that you need not be a professional market maker working the exchange floor to claim "trader" status. Nor are they aware of the many substantial advantages that status entails —such as being able to list all your expenses on Schedule C and deduct them from your trading income. Here, Tesser provides detailed guidelines on how to qualify for trader status and use it to your utmost financial advantage.

We've all heard horror stories of fantastic market gains that were transformed into tragic losses due to poor tax planning. Don't let that happen to you. This updated edition of The Trader's Tax Survival Guide, written with an abundance of wry wit and liberally peppered with eye-opening anecdotes, shows you how to keep more of what you earn from your investments in your pocket —and out of the hands of the IRS.

"If I wrote that I was going to review a book that defines a 'substantial element of pleasure,' you would probably never guess it was about taxes. But then you haven't seen Ted Tesser's The Trader's Tax Survival Guide." —Stanley W. Angrist, The Wall Street Journal.

". . . covers the basics in a very entertaining manner. . . . If you weren't aware that your trading may be considered a business and that this status carries certain tax benefits, the Survival Guide's chapter on these topics may be just the ticket to get you started. The book would also be a good refresher on organizing your life in a tax-smart way. The least you'd get from the Survival Guide would be a good read and more than a few wry chuckles." —John Sweeney, Technical Editor Technical Analysis of Stocks and Commodities.

"Every stock and commodity trader should have Ted Tesser's book. Trader or not, The Trader's Tax Survival Guide is packed with as much vital tax information and strategies as the stadium on Superbowl Sunday. But there's more, Ted also explains how you can arrive at the status of a 'trader' for the IRS, thus being able to write off and save many $. . . . " —Larry Williams, Commodity Timing Newsletter author, McMillan on Options.


How to Disinherit Your Son-In-Law ...and Stiff the IRS: Keep Your Money in Your Family

How to Disinherit Your Son-In-Law ...and Stiff the IRS: Keep Your Money in Your Family Lowest new price: $12.47
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Author: J. Dan Recer

A Plain English guide to estate planning. Keep your family s money where it belongs - in your family. This easy to read, understandable how-to book will give you a solid grounding in the fundamentals to help you translate your wishes to your attorney or trust officer.

The Three Secret Words of Estate Planning, Living Revocable Trusts, Wills, Premarital Agreements: financial tools useful only if clearly understood and implemented.

The fun quizzes at the end of each chapter help the reader understand more of what he or she has just read.


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