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1.1. Why the Federal Income Tax is Important
1.2. How Tax Laws Originate, Are Administered, and Are Adjudicated
1.3. IRS Role in Tax Administration
1.4. IRS Audits
1.6. Burden of Proof Requirements
1.7. Taxpayer Bill of Rights
1.8. Federal Tax Preparer Requirements
1.9 Tax Planning Opportunities
2.1. Who Is Required to File and Where
2.2 Tax Software and Electronic Filing
2.3 Filing Status
2.4. Tax Formula for Individuals
2.5. Types of Federal Income Tax Returns
2.6. Personal and Dependent Exemptions
2.7. Income Tax Withholding
2.8. Estimated Taxes
2.9. Tax Planning Opportunities
2.10. Tax Return Problems
3.1. Income: Inclusions and Exclusions
3.2. Wages, Salaries, and Other Earnings
3.3. Tip Income
3.4. Taxable Interest Income
3.5. Dividends and Other Corporate Distributions
3.8. Other Income
3.9. Tax Planning Opportunities
3.10. Tax Return Problems
4.1. Qualified Plans and Individual Retirement Accounts
4.2. Other Retirement Plans: Keogh, 401(k), SEP, and SIMPLE IRAs
4.3. Education Adjustments and Other Educational Incentives
4.4. Adjustments for Self-Employed Medical Insurance and Tax
4.5. Adjustment for Moving Expenses
4.6. Adjustment for Health Savings Account
4.7. Other Adjustments Including Alimony and Domestic Production
4.8. Tax Planning Opportunities
4.9. Tax Return Problems
5.1. Standard Deduction
5.2. Medical and Dental Expenses
5.3. Taxes
5.4. Interest Expenses
5.5. Contributions
5.6. Casualty and Theft Losses
5.7. Employee Business Expenses
5.8. Work-Related Education Expenses
5.9. Miscellaneous Itemized Deductions
5.10. Limitation on Itemized Deductions
5.11. Tax Planning Opportunities
5.12. Tax Return Problems
6.1. Tax on Income in Community Property States
6.2. Alternative Minimum Tax
6.3. Tax on Income of Minor Children
6.4. Child and Dependent Care Credit
6.5. Credit for the Elderly or Disabled
6.6. Child Tax Credit
6.7. Education Credits
6.8. Earned Income Credit
6.9. Other Credits
6.10. Tax Planning Opportunities
6.11. Tax Return Problems
7.1. Accounting Methods and Periods
7.2. Depreciation and Amortization Expense
7.3. Self-Employment Income and Expenses
7.4. Rental Income and Expenses
7.5. Partnership, Royalty, and S Corporation Income
7.6. Farm Income
7.7. Passive Loss Limitations
7.8. Self-Employment Tax
7.9. Tax Planning Opportunities
7.10. Tax Return Problems
8.1. Basis of Property
8.2. Property Holding Periods
8.3. How to Treat Sale
8.4. Exchange of Like-Kind Property
8.5. Involuntary Conversions
8.6. Business Casualty and Theft Losses
8.7. Reporting Installment Sales
8.8. Selling a Personal Residence
9.2. Tax Issues in Partnership Formation
9.3. Reporting Ordinary Income and Separately Stated Income Elements
9.4. Computing Partnership Interest
9.5. Partnership Distributions
9.6. Partnership Disposals
9.7. Other Partnership Tax Issues
9.8. Tax Planning Opportunities
9.9. Tax Return Problem
10.1. Tax Issues in Corporate Formation
10.2. Corporate Tax Filing Requirements
10.3. Special Tax Deductions and Limitations on Corporations
10.4. Tax Rules Regarding Dividends and Other Corporate Distributions
10.5. Calculating Corporate Tax
10.6. Schedule M-1
10.7 Special Corporate Taxes
10.8. Subchapter S Corporations
10.9. Tax Planning Opportunities
10.10. Tax Return Problems
11.1. Administration of California Income Tax
11.2. Reporting and Taxable Entities
11.3. Who Must File and Where
11.4. The California Individual Tax Formula
11.5. Filing Status and Computing Tax
11.6. Personal and Dependency Exemptions
11.7. Computing California AGI
11.8. California Treatment of Capital Gains and Retirement
11.9. Itemized Deductions Adjustments and Limitations
11.10. California Tax Credits and Other Taxes
11.13. Tax Return Problems
12.1. California Residency
12.2. California Source Income
12.3. Nonresident and Part-Year Resident Tax Calculation
12.4. Military Personnel and California Tax
12.5. California Alternative Minimum Tax
12.6. California Use Tax
12.7. Qualified Tuition Program
12.8. California Tax Preparer Rules
12.9. Tax Planning Opportunities
12.10. Tax Return Problems
13.1. Summary of Business Entity Income Taxation
13.2. How California Taxes Corporations
13.3. Computing Corporate California Taxable Income
13.4. Other Tax Issues for California Corporations
13.5. California Taxation of S Corporations
13.6. California Taxation of Partnerships and Limited Liability Corporations
13.7. Tax Planning Opportunities
13.8. Tax Return Problems
14.1. Depreciation Tables
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Fundamentals of Income Tax Theory

Fundamentals of Income Tax Theory

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