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eBook Federal income taxation: A law student's guide to the leading cases and concepts (University textbook series) ePub

by Marvin A Chirelstein

  • ISBN: 0882770594
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Marvin A Chirelstein
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Foundation Press; 3rd edition (1982)
  • Pages: 348
  • ePub book: 1751 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1740 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 692

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This book (called "Chirelstein" at my law school) is absolutely necessary to anyone learning Federal Income Taxation

by. Marvin A. Chirelstein (Author). This book (called "Chirelstein" at my law school) is absolutely necessary to anyone learning Federal Income Taxation. It will teach you all the basic concepts you are supposed to be learning from all the cases and formulas in your textbook and Code in PLAIN ENGLISH with helpful examples.

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Federal Income Taxation: A Law Student's Guide to the Leading Cases and Concepts . Tax is terribly boring - as Marvin Chirelstein himself admits - but this hornbook is extremely readable, easy to follow, and at times amusing. Chirelstein's dry humor comes out subtly.

Federal Income Taxation: A Law Student's Guide to the Leading Cases and Concepts (Concepts and Insights Series). Most importantly, however, the hornbook provides a good theoretical explanation of tax law and underlying policy. A great supplement (or substitute to) some of the terrible casebooks out there. 3 people found this helpful.

Federal Income Taxation. Part of the Concepts and Insights Series). by Marvin A. Highly acclaimed as both a supplemental text and a law student self-help aid, Federal Income Taxation focuses on the conceptual aspects of federal income tax to improve student understanding of this complex subject.

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Federal income taxation a law student's guide to the leading cases and concepts (concepts & insights) pd.Published in: Education.

by Marvin A. Series: Concepts and Insights.

Columbia Law School Professor Emeritus Marvin A. Chirelstein, a leading scholar of federal taxation, corporate law . Chirelstein, a leading scholar of federal taxation, corporate law, and contracts whose textbooks are still used by students across the country, died on Feb. 16. He was 86. Chirelstein first joined Columbia Law School in 1954 to work on the Federal Income Tax Project under Dean William C. Warren. He then joined the government as an attorney in the . Department of the Treasury and later taught at Rutgers School of Law and Yale Law School. Chirelstein returned to Columbia Law School as a visiting professor in 1981 and became a full-time faculty.

Softbound book with 414 pages of income tax law, cases, and principles. The book walks you through income, deductions, attribution tax accounting, and recognition of gains and losses. This study guide mirrors casebooks generally in use.

Comments

Naktilar Naktilar
In Federal Income Taxation, Chirelstein explains the foundations of much of the tax code. He tells how a lot of the tax initiatives came about in terms of legal reasoning and behavioral goals. This remains an insightful book today, more than 10 years after it was published.

I recommend this book to gain an understanding of the tax code, as opposed to solving practical problems such as tax preparation of a tax court matter.
GAZANIK GAZANIK
I think this would be a good book to have if you needed to write a paper/article about income tax law or need an academic primer. It is well-written and more engaging than I expected. I did not, however, find it useful for learning actual tax law for my income class tax. It reads more as a free-flowing discourse about tax law than as a treatise or concise explanation of important topics. The organization seems to be based on rhetorical preference rather than any kind of logical order, so I found myself scrutinizing the index for everything.

So I guess I can recommend this book if you are deeply interested in the how and the why of tax law. If you just want to get an A on your exam, look elsewhere. I found this book almost useless come crunch time.
Velan Velan
I ordered this product on my Kindle. It is a suggested text for my Income Tax course and the substance of the book is pretty good. It offers simple, short explanations of most of the concepts we cover in class. The problem is that there are no page numbers, which can be frustrating since the professor suggests page numbers for us to read. You can search for the correct section number or key word, but you have to know what you are looking for.
Tholmeena Tholmeena
This book (called "Chirelstein" at my law school) is absolutely necessary to anyone learning Federal Income Taxation. It will teach you all the basic concepts you are supposed to be learning from all the cases and formulas in your textbook and Code in PLAIN ENGLISH with helpful examples. If you read the applicable sections of this book before reading your assignment, you will always have the answer when called on in class and (I haven't had my final yet) but I suspect it will help you understand more for the all-important final.
Peles Peles
I started on earning a tax llm this semester. Having never taken a tax class in law school, I went out and bought a number of study aids. This one helps, however its not my favorite tax law study aid. Perhaps, it is better suited for people with at least some tax/tax law exposure. Biggest issue: no problems, and even worse no answers to those problems!!! I recommend, but only if purchased in conjunction with other aids. Hope this review helps someone out there.
Gavidor Gavidor
This book did not meet my expectations. It was well-written but had little practical application to the course that I was in. I found other supplements to be much better. This was just not detailed enough.
Vaua Vaua
Got me a B+ in a class I would've otherwise failed. I'd recommend paying more attention in class than I did, but if you didn't, this will certainly help fill in the gaps.
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