College of Law

Basic Federal Taxation I


Law 7095 - Spring 2013

Professor: Samuel A. Donaldson Class Times: R, 6:00 pm - 8:45 pm
Syllabus: Syllabus   login for access | Location: Room 230
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Course Description

Basic Federal Taxation I. An introduction to federal income taxation, with emphasis on fundamental doctrines and major structural aspects of the Internal Revenue Code. Includes: definition of income, basic rules relating to the deduction of items, limitation on deductions, and introduction to capital gains and non- of taxation of entities such as corporations and introduction to taxation of estates and trusts. recognition transactions, and an introduction to tax accounting.

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