South-Western Federal Taxation 2015: Essentials of Taxation: Individuals and Business Entities

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Cengage Learning, 5 maj 2014 - 960
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Formerly titled TAXATION OF BUSINESS ENTITIES, Smith/Raabe/Maloney/Young's SOUTH-WESTERN FEDERAL TAXATION 2015: ESSENTIALS OF TAXATION: INDIVIDUALS AND BUSINESS ENTITIES, 18E clearly introduces concepts related to taxation of individuals and business entities and today’s ever-changing tax legislation. Renowned for its understandable, time-tested presentation, this book remains the most effective solution for helping students thoroughly grasp taxation concepts and applications − now with even more coverage of tax planning. This 2015 edition reflects the latest tax legislation. Online updates highlight relevant tax law changes as they take effect to ensure your course remains current. New and proven learning features, such as additional Big Picture examples, memorable tax scenarios and What If? case variations, help clarify concepts while providing opportunities to sharpen students' critical-thinking, writing skills, and online research skills. Trust SOUTH-WESTERN FEDERAL TAXATION 2015: ESSENTIALS OF TAXATION: INDIVIDUALS AND BUSINESS ENTITIES for the most effective tax coverage to guide your students.
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James E. Smith is the John S. Quinn Professor of Accounting at the College of William and Mary. He has been a member of the Accounting Faculty for over thirty years. He received his Ph.D. degree from the University of Arizona. Professor Smith has served as a discussion leader for Continuing Professional Education programs for the AICPA, Federal Tax Workshops, and various state CPA societies. He has conducted programs in over 40 states for approximately 25,000 CPAs. He has been the recipient of the AICPA's Outstanding Discussion Leader Award and the American Taxation Association / Arthur Andersen Teaching Innovation Award. Other awards received by him include the Virginia Society of CPAs' Outstanding Accounting Educator Award and the James Madison University's Outstanding Accounting Educator Award. He was the President of the Administrators of Accounting Programs Group (AAPG) in 1991-1992. He was the faculty adviser for the William and Mary teams that received first place in the Andersen Tax Challenge in 1994, 1995, 1997, 2000, and 2001 and in the Deloitte & Touche Tax Case Study Competition in 2002 and 2004.

William A. Raabe, Ph.D., CPA, is the Distinguished Professor of Accounting in the College of Business and Economics of the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater. A graduate of Carroll University (Wisconsin) and the University of Illinois, Dr. Raabe's teaching and research interests include international and multistate taxation, technology in tax education, personal financial planning, and the economic impact of sports teams and fine arts groups. Professor Raabe also writes Federal Tax Research and the PricewaterhouseCoopers Tax Case Studies. He has written extensively about book-tax differences in financial reporting. Dr. Raabe has been a visiting tax faculty member for a number of public accounting firms, bar associations, and CPA societies. He has received numerous teaching awards, including the Accounting Educator of the Year award from the Wisconsin Institute of CPAs. He has been the faculty adviser for student teams in the Deloitte Tax Case Competition (national finalists at three different schools) and the PricewaterhouseCoopers Extreme Tax policy competition (national finalist). For more information about Dr. Raabe, visit BillRaabeTax.com and BillRaabeTax on YouTube and Twitter.

David M. Maloney, Ph.D., CPA, is the Carman G. Blough Professor of Accounting Emeritus at the University of Virginia's McIntire School of Commerce. He completed his undergraduate work at the University of Richmond and his graduate work at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Upon joining the Virginia faculty in January 1984, Dr. Maloney taught federal taxation in the graduate and undergraduate programs and was a recipient of major research grants from the Ernst & Young and KPMG Foundations. Dr. Maloney has published work in numerous professional journals, including JOURNAL OF TAXATION, THE TAX ADVISER, TAX NOTES, CORPORATE TAXATION, ACCOUNTING HORIZONS, JOURNAL OF TAXATION OF INVESTMENTS, and JOURNAL OF ACCOUNTANCY.

Dr. James C. Young is the Crowe Horwath Professor of Accountancy at Northern Illinois University. A graduate of Ferris State University (B.S.) and Michigan State University (M.B.A. and Ph.D.), Dr. Young's research focuses on taxpayer responses to the income tax using archival data. His dissertation received the PricewaterhouseCoopers/American Taxation Association Dissertation Award and his subsequent research has received funding from a number of organizations, including the Ernst & Young Foundation Tax Research Grant Program. His work has been published in a variety of academic and professional journals, including the NATIONAL TAX JOURNAL, THE JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN TAXATION ASSOCIATION, and TAX NOTES. Dr. Young is a Northern Illinois University Presidential Teaching Professor. A respected educator, he has received the Illinois CPA Society Distinguished Accounting Educator Award in 2012 as well as outstanding teaching awards from George Mason University and Michigan State University.

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