This Guide book does not teach substantive tax law, which constantly changes, but rather the language of tax, which largely remains constant. Thus, a student who learns how to read the Internal Revenue Code effectively will be able to understand each new tax reform. To that end, A Student's Guide to the Internal Revenue Code: ac Examines statutory organization and language; ac Introduces basic tax constants to provide a frame of reference from which to view tax law, no matter what future tax reform might bring; ac Teaches how to use and research the cases, regulations, and Internal Revenue proclamations; ac Provides numerous problems and exam questions which students can use to test their ability to apply the language of the Internal Revenue Code; and ac Provides sample answers to problems and exams for students to monitor their progress. This eBook features links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.16 For example, I.R.C. As 1041, which was added to the Code in 1984 by P.L. 98- 369, As 421(a), legislatively overruled United ... 361 (1960). 18 81 TC. 272 (1983). 19 342 F.2d 997 (5th Cir. 1965). 2Ad 80 TC. 378 (1983). 21 P.L. 98-369, As 422(a).
|Title||:||A Student's Guide to the Internal Revenue Code|
|Author||:||I. Richard Gershon, Jeffrey A. Maine|
|Publisher||:||LexisNexis - 2007-10-30|