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Federal Tax

George Mundstock
University of Miami School of Law

Kyle Siebrecht
University of Miami College of Arts and Sciences

Federal Individual Income Tax: With Commentary, 2010-2011 Edition. 2010. 1,200 pages. ISBN: 978-0-7355- 9857-7.

Federal Individual, Corporate and Partnership Income Tax: With Commentary, 2010-2011 Edition. 2010. 1,700 pages.
ISBN: 978-0-7355- 9858-4.

 

About the Book

Federal Individual Income Tax: With Commentary 2010-2011 Edition

The Student Code Book series, edited by faculty familiar with student needs and course requirements, is an economical and efficient solution to a student's statutory needs. The code book organizes in one place all of the Internal Revenue Code, Treasury Regulations, depreciation tables, and inflation adjustments and mileage rates that a law student in the income tax course would likely be assigned for reference.

Features:

  • Updated with all of the tax law changes through July 2010
  • Thorough coverage of personal income tax
  • Designed specifically for the basic income tax course
  • Contains every provision cited in leading casebooks
  • Includes regulations sections with the associated Code section
  • Provides line numbers and a larger typeface than other regulations books for ease of use in and out of class
  • Includes CD-ROM of complete book content for student convenience 

New to this edition:

  • Updated with all of the tax law changes through July 2010
  • Access to a PDF supplement containing the new extenders legislation once Congress completes its work on it


Federal Individual, Corporate, and Partnership Income Tax: With Commentary 2010-2011 Edition

The Student Code Book series, edited by faculty familiar with student needs and course requirements, is an economical and efficient solution to a student's statutory needs. The code book organizes in one place all of the Internal Revenue Code, Treasury Regulations, depreciation tables, and inflation adjustments and mileage rates that a law student in the income tax course would likely be assigned for reference.

Features:

  • Updated with all of the tax law changes through July 2010
  • Thorough coverage of individual, corporate, partnership, and subchapter S income tax
  • Designed for all of the core income tax courses
  • Contains every provision cited in leading casebooks
  • Includes regulations sections with the associated Code section
  • Provides line numbers and a larger typeface than other regulations books for ease of use in and out of class
  • Includes CD-ROM of complete book content for student convenience 

New to this edition:

  • Updated with all of the tax law changes through July 2010
  • Access to a PDF supplement containing the new extenders legislation once Congress completes its work on it