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Master all aspects of federal taxation with the balanced conceptual approach found only in Murphy/Higgins' CONCEPTS IN FEDERAL TAXATION 2017. This unique book presents taxation as a small number of unifying concepts that readers apply to tax rules and everyday economics. This edition presents the latest tax laws and changes for the most recent tax year in a straightforward manner without overwhelming technical detail. To ensure clarity, the book introduces individual taxation before addressing more complex business entities. Small, manageable segments with Concept Checks are ideal for CPA Exam review. A strong balance of tax concepts with the Internal Revenue Code prepares readers for success on CPA Exam tax simulations and in their careers. Frequent examples relate tax concepts to contemporary business scenarios, while numerous hands-on exercises provide more practice than any other book of its kind. Count on this edition for an unmatched conceptual understanding of taxation. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
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