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McGraw Hill s Taxation of Individuals 2020 Edition

Author : Edmund Outslay, Professor
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FULLY UPDATED FOR 2018 TAX LAW & TCJA REFORM The bold and innovative McGraw-Hill Taxation series is now the most widely adopted code-based Tax title across the country instructors. It’s apparent why the clear, organized, and engaging delivery of content, paired with the most current and robust tax code updates, is used by more than 600 schools. The breadth of the topical coverage, the storyline approach to presenting the material, the emphasis on the tax and nontax consequences of multiple parties involved in transactions, and the integration of financial and tax accounting topics make this book ideal for the modern tax curriculum. Storyline Approach: Each chapter begins with a storyline that introduces a set of characters or a business entity facing specific tax-related situations. Examples related to the storyline allow students to learn the code in context. Integrated Examples: In addition to providing examples in-context, we provide "What if" scenarios within many examples to illustrate how variations in the facts might or might not change the answers. More than 100 Videos: Guided Example hint videos provide students with on-demand walk-throughs of key Tax topics, offering narrated, animated, step-by-step solutions to algorithmic variants for select exercises similar to those assigned. Conversational Writing Style, Superior Organization, and Real-World Focus

McGraw Hill s Taxation of Individuals and Business Entities 2020 Edition

Author : Brian C. Spilker, Professor
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McGraw Hill s Essentials of Federal Taxation 2020 Edition

Author : Benjamin C. Ayers
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McGraw Hill s Taxation of Business Entities 2020 Edition

Author : Edmund Outslay, Professor
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Loose Leaf for McGraw Hill s Essentials of Federal Taxation 2020 Edition

Author : Edmund Outslay, Professor
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Loose Leaf for McGraw Hill s Taxation of Business Entities 2020 Edition

Author : John Robinson, Professor
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McGraw Hill s Essentials of Federal Taxation 2021 Edition

Author : Benjamin C. Ayers
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FULLY UPDATED FOR 2020 TAX LAW The bold and innovative McGraw-Hill Taxation series is now the most widely adopted code-based Tax title across the country instructors. It’s apparent why the clear, organized, and engaging delivery of content, paired with the most current and robust tax code updates, is used by more than 600 schools. The breadth of the topical coverage, the story line approach to presenting the material, the emphasis on the tax and non-tax consequences of multiple parties involved in transactions, and the integration of financial and tax accounting topics make this book ideal for the modern tax curriculum. Story line Approach:Each chapter begins with a story line that introduces a set of characters or a business entity facing specific tax-related situations. Examples related to the story line allow students to learn the code in context. Integrated Examples:In addition to providing examples in-context, we provide "What if" scenarios within many examples to illustrate how variations in the facts might or might not change the answers. More than 100 Videos:Guided Example hint videos provide students with on-demand walk-throughs of key Tax topics, offering narrated, animated, step-by-step solutions to algorithmic variants for select exercises similar to those assigned. Conversational Writing Style, Superior Organization, and Real-World Focus

How America Was Tricked on Tax Policy

Author : Bret Bogenschneider
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How America was Tricked on Tax Policy explains how regular citizens were "tricked" by the outdated view of economists that much heavier taxation of labor rather than capital is economically justifiable. The truth is that workers pay their taxes while the rich pay very little. Based on reputable sources of information, including the publications of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), official statistics data, and the publications in high-ranked journals, the book paves the way for a new policy making process aimed to achieve more sustainable taxation and to increase the wellbeing of citizens as the main goal of any modern state policy. Dealing with critically important and underexplored topics in tax policy, the book challenges an enshrined dogma that is rarely challenged at the level of policy. In doing so, this book envisions policy changes that could be highly impactful in a new political administration. This book proposes that governments should look for not just corporate income tax rate reduction when announcing their tax reforms but should equally focus on the reduction of the overall tax burden on labor. The negative impact and high social cost of wage taxation is exemplified by the key areas of tax policy that are relevant for every wealthy state, such as taking due care of public health, investing in education and wellbeing of children, and supporting small business for the overall benefit to society. The book provides sound arguments that "labor" should essentially be treated as "human capital" and be given the same tax treatment as that of classically understood "capital". This understanding is extremely relevant nowadays as we are facing the issues of digitalization, in general, and "robotization," where a new type of labor, i.e., nonhuman labor, is entering the workforce. The book's fresh novelty comes from its new approach to tax policy while addressing the issues relevant to the "digital" era such as taxation of artificial intelligence or "robots" that are currently partially substituting the human workforce. The book compellingly argues how tax policy could be improved by incorporating science and scientific methods.

Taxation I for Calcutta University

Author : Barun Kumar Das
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Taxation-I is specifically curated to fulfill the needs of B.Com Honours 4th semester students of University of Calcutta. The purpose of the book is to make the students aware of various provisions of Income Tax Act, 1961 and help them analyse practical applications of these provisions. The provisions of different sections have been elucidated under different chapters in a lucid manner for the ease of understanding of students. This book will not merely be an addition to the already existing corpus in this field, but will also be able to create a unique identity due to its highlighting features. Salient Features: 1. Self-study textbook as it strictly adheres to the CBCS syllabus for Calcutta University effective 2017 2. In-depth coverage of the main topics such as Residential Status, Heads of Income, Assessment of Individuals, Set off and Carry Forward, Deductions as per Chapter VI A 3. Important points and notes in various chapters are given under the heading “Stress” 4. Solutions of relevant problems of B.Com (Hons.) examination and professional examinations of last 14 years 5. Model question papers based on new examination pattern 6. Latest Circulars, notification, amendments and Case Law (i.e. up to June 30, 2019) are included in this book

Social Versus Individual Work Preferences Implications for Optimal Income Taxation

Author : Zhiyong An
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The benchmark optimal income taxation model of Mirrlees (1971) finds that the optimal marginal income tax rate (MIT) is always non-negative. A key model assumption is the coincidence between social and individual work preferences. This paper extends the model to allow for differences in social and individual work preferences. The theoretical and simulation analyses show that under this model, when the government places a higher social weight on work than individuals, the optimal MIT schedule is shifted downwards, introducing the possibility for optimal wage subsidies at the bottom of the income distribution. This implies lower revenues, demogrants, and overall progressivity.