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Product NameFederal Income Tax: Code And Regulations--Selected Sections (2011-2012)
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Published07/12/2011
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Long DescriptionCCH's Federal Income Tax: Code and Regulations--Selected Sections provides a selection of the Internal Revenue Code and Treasury Regulations pertaining to income tax. This popular volume reflects the collective judgment of seven distinguished tax teachers and provides an effective mix of official materials for individual and business undergraduate and graduate tax courses offered in law and business schools. It provides in one volume, the provisions most commonly addressed in income tax courses. The book's highly readable 7-1/2" x 10" oversized page format make it easier to read for both professor and student. The book is an attractive alternative to the full text of the multi-volume Internal Revenue Code and Income Tax Regulations. The 2011-2012 Edition is completely revised to reflect all legislation and regulations enacted or adopted on or before June 1, 2011 and other significant developments that took place throughout the year. It is edited by Martin B. Dickinson, the Robert A. Schroeder Professor of Law at the University of Kansas, and it reflects the tradition of CCH accuracy and completeness.
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