Solution Manual Concepts in Federal Taxation 2010 17th Edition Murphy
Table of Contents
1.Federal Income Taxation An Overview.
2. Income Tax Concepts.
5.Introduction to Business Expenses.
7.Losses: Deductions and Limitations.
8.Taxation of Individuals.
9.Acquisitions of Property.
10.Cost Recovery on Property: Depreciation, Depletion, and Amortization.
11. Property Dispositions.
12. Nonrecognition Transactions.
13.Choice of Business Entity General Tax and Nontax Factors/Formation.
14.Choice of Business Entity Operations and Distributions.
15.Choice of Business Entity Other Considerations.
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Murphy/Higgins’s CONCEPTS IN FEDERAL TAXATION 2010 offers students a better way to learn tax through a conceptual approach. This approach presents taxation as a small number of unifying concepts. Once students understand these concepts, they can apply them to specific tax rules and to basic aspects of everyday economic life. The authors present the latest tax changes in a clear and straightforward manner so that students are not overwhelmed with technical detail. The text introduces students to individual taxation and covers business entities at the end. Concept Checks throughout this edition present material in comprehensible segments, ideal for CPA Exam review. Examples, appearing frequently throughout the text, relate concepts to familiar business scenarios using an engaging discussion and answer format. Murphy/Higgins’s CONCEPTS IN FEDERAL TAXATION 2010 promises more exercises than any other text of its kind for the practice students need.