Author : William A. Raabe
Genre : Taxation
Publisher : South-Western Pub
ISBN : 032412385X
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This market-leading tax research text takes a practical, hands-on approach that goes beyond a random sampling of tax research sources. Fully updated, Federal Tax Research extensively covers computer-oriented research tools including CD-ROMs, the Internet and computerized databases.From its tax planning orientation to the real-life cases, this is one book that conveys a true understanding of the most important elements of the federal tax law.

Author : Roby Sawyers
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : South-Western College
ISBN : 0357366387
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Gain a thorough understanding of tax research today with the hands-on practice you need to succeed in class and on the job. Sawyers/Gill's market-leading FEDERAL TAX RESEARCH, 12E's step-by-step approach uses current examples and engaging discussions to focus on the most important elements of federal tax law and tax practices. You work with the latest versions of today's most popular online tax research tools, including Thomson Reuters Checkpoint, CCH IntelliConnect, and BNA Bloomberg. Significant updates address ethical challenges in taxation today, qualified business income deductions and other legislative changes enacted by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 as well as how Congress enacts technical changes. Coverage of professional and legal responsibilities and IRS practices and procedures helps you prepare for the CPA exam, while a focus on key research skills, critical problem-solving and communication skills prepares you for success in today's workplace.

Author : Roby Sawyers
Genre : Education
Publisher : Cengage Learning
ISBN : 1285439392
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File Download : 576 page

This market-leading tax research text takes a practical, hands-on approach that goes beyond a random sampling of tax research sources. Fully updated, FEDERAL TAX RESEARCH extensively covers technology-oriented research tools. From its tax planning orientation to real-life cases, this is one book that conveys a true understanding of the most important elements of the federal tax law. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Author : William A. Raabe
Genre : Taxation
Publisher :
ISBN : UCAL:B4503125
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File Download : 652 page

This market-leading tax research text takes a practical, hands-on approach that goes beyond a random sampling of tax research sources. Fully updated, FEDERAL TAX RESEARCH extensively covers computer-oriented research tools including CD-ROMs, the Internet and computerized databases. From its tax planning orientation to the real-life cases, this is one book that conveys a true understanding of the most important elements of the federal tax law.

Author : Leonard W. Vona
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
ISBN : 9780470647264
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Provides a guide to fraud auditing in core business systems such as procurement, disbursement and payroll. Discusses professional fraud auditing standards, fraud scenarios, the role of brainstorming in identifying fraud risks, building a fraud audit programme, data mining for fraud, fraud audit procedures, and document analysis. Concludes with a chapter on conveying the impact of potential fraud to management.

Author : Robert L. Gardner
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
ISBN : 9781941651476
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Tax Research Techniques provides a working knowledge of the methodology of implementation-based tax research. Drawing on the latest developments in online research, the authors reveal how to ask the right questions, organize the facts, locate and assess pertinent authority, and clearly communicate research findings. The Trusted Research Training Manual for Over 30 Years As tax laws and tax research methods have changed over the past three decades,Tax Research Techniques has been a trusted resource to guide students and practitioners alike to best practices for efficient tax research. This latest edition updates examples and illustrations to highlight changes in tax law and online tax research over the past several years. Tax Research Techniques will sharpen your knowledge of these five key tax research procedures: How to Get the Facts How to Ask Expert Questions How to Search for the Right Authority How to Resolve the Question How to Communicate Your Conclusions New and updated sections reflect the continuously evolving advances in the technology of Web-based research.

Author : Gail Levin Richmond
Genre : Law
Publisher :
ISBN : STANFORD:36105134527378
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The Eighth Edition features expanded coverage of electronic sources, both subscription-based (such as Westlaw, LexisNexis, Checkpoint, CCH IntelliConnect, and HeinOnline) and those available without charge (particularly those provided by the government). It discusses factors to be considered in deciding between print and online research; chapters discussing primary sources illustrate several online sources for finding these materials. This book devotes considerable space to publicly available IRS documents and legislative history materials. The introductory materials illustrate solving a research problem, and there are problems for students to solve throughout the text. The Eighth Edition expands the number of illustrations that complement its textual discussions.

Author : William A. Raabe
Genre : Legal research
Publisher :
ISBN : 1111221669
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FEDERAL TAX RESEARCH, 9e, International Edition offers hands-on tax research analysis and has been fully updated to cover computer-oriented tax research tools such as CD-ROMs, the Internet, and computerized databases. The ninth edition offers a new chapter on Financial Accounting Research that, combined with their study of tax research, will equip students with the valuable research skills they need to be marketable to future employers. Also included in this edition is coverage on international tax research, an expanded review of tax ethics, and real-life cases to help foster a true understanding of federal tax law. Students will also receive a great amount of material on the role of tax research as it relates to the CPA exam. No other text can better prepare the user on tax research procedures and multiple applications!

Author : Gail Levin Richmond
Genre : Taxation
Publisher : West Publishing Company
ISBN : STANFORD:36105061861097
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Author : Joni Larson
Genre : Law
Publisher :
ISBN : STANFORD:36105064156990
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The book addresses various areas in which a researcher may be immersed --everything from the legislative history of a statute to underlying regulations to interpretive case law. Along the way the book considers various types of tax-related court opinions, a myriad of government-generated documents, and law review articles and journals. Considerable attention is given to both the authoritative weight of each document and how it can be located. Research in international tax, a complex and dynamic area, is discussed in great detail. Finally, the book provides strategies for organizing information into a written document, such as a response to an information document request or a brief to be filed with the Tax Court. Throughout the pages of Federal Tax Research, examples of real-life situations, practice notes, research tips, and snippets of court opinions add breadth and life to the technical information. These illustrations of the practical application of the rules allow the researcher to become more effective by bridging the gap between research and the practice of law.