Federal Taxation of Business Organizations and Their Owners follows the form-based approach successfully used in Essentials of Federal Income Taxation for Individuals and Business. It provides a second tax course for students attending Community or Two-Year Colleges. As with Essentials, Federal Taxation of Business Organizations features an easy-to-read, straightforward forms approach without complex legal language. It introduces basic business tax concepts and then fully illustrates them with clear examples matched with filled-in forms. Features include: - Concise presentation that covers all the basic material required for an second-level tax course. - Organization that clearly focuses student attention on key concepts and important learning objectives for better overall comprehension. - Use of IRS forms, schedules and worksheets that develop real-world tax preparation skills and illustrate specific reporting requirements. - Filled-in forms that support the explanatory material, so students see actual tax compliance, in practice. - Tax Tips throughout the text that offer tax-planning guidance, so students see how to minimize tax liability and avoid costly taxpayer mistakes. - End of Chapter Questions and Problems that reinforce the salient points presented, as well as key skills required in tax prep. - Special Comprehensive Problems that integrate the major concepts from several chapters to help students ""put the pieces together"" and prepare for examination. To speed course preparation and to help teachers make the transition from other textbooks, a comprehensive Instructor's Guide is available to adopting teachers. The CCH Classroom Essentials CD includes: 1) An electronic file of the entire Instructor's Guide, so teachers can access all the great information contained in the print Instructor's Guide at their office/home PC or on their laptop. 2) Respondus-ready and Microsoft« Word files of the Testbank questions created by the textbook authors for all chapters in the book. These files allow instructors to customize their own tests. 3) CCH's Computer Slide Presentations for each chapter that help enhance and facilitate class lectures and discussion.
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Stuart R. Singer is a Lecturer at the Department of Accounting, McCombs School of Business, University of Texas at Austin. He has thirty-nine years of practice in tax law with major accounting and law firms in New York and Los Angeles. He has taught as an Adjunct Professor at the UCLA School of Public Administration, the University of California Business School, Southwestern University Law School and Loyola Law School. Lorence L. Bravenec is a Professor of Accounting at the Mays Business School, Texas A & M University.
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