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The UK and the USA have historically represented opposite ends of the spectrum in their approaches to taxing corporate income. Under the British approach, corporate and shareholder income taxes have been integrated under an imputation system, with tax paid at the corporate level imputed to shareholders through a full or partial credit against dividends received. Under the American approach, by contrast, corporate and shareholder income taxes have remained separate under what is called a 'classical' system in which shareholders receive little or no relief from a second layer of taxes on dividends. Steven A. Bank explores the evolution of the corporate income tax systems in each country during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries to understand the common legal, economic, political and cultural forces that produced such divergent approaches and explains why convergence may be likely in the future as each country grapples with corporate taxation in an era of globalization.
This comprehensive and clearly written text is designed to help students recognize and understand the basic principles and issues covered in law school courses in partnership or pass-through entity taxation at both the J.D. and LL.M. levels. It explains all the fundamental concepts and transactions affecting partnerships, limited liability companies, and S corporations and includes numerous illustrative examples, self-test questions with answers, and sample exam questions. The Ninth Edition incorporates all relevant provisions of the 2017 legislation known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
Receive complimentary lifetime digital access to the eBook with new print purchase. Designed to offer maximum flexibility and ease-of-use for law school courses in corporate, partnership, and business enterprise taxation, this statutory supplement includes key provisions of the Internal Revenue Code and Treasury regulations pertaining to the federal income taxation of corporations, partnerships, and other business entities. Updated annually, it accounts for recent legislative and regulatory developments.
The book is not organized according to the chronological life of a corporation. Instead, the book begins by examining the tax treatment of a withdrawal of property from an existing corporation. The reason for choosing that organization is that the concepts embodied in such topics as dividends, earnings and profits, and stock redemptions are the fundamental building blocks on which the more complex provisions of corporate taxation rest. The authors explain the technical operation of the various Code provisions and provide numerous examples illustrating how they are applied and how several provisions must be read in concert with each other.
With the recent major reforms to the capital allowances regime, it is imperative to remain on top of the legislation. This detailed guide contains all the updates and changes you need in one place. Practical text is complemented by a detailed tax planning section written by Heather Britton of Francis Clark Chartered Accountants. Worked examples, full reference to case law, HMRC pronouncements and more, make this a compact all-you-need-to-know guide on capital allowances.
Feel confident when preparing your taxes and ensure all business expenses are properly deducted. Family Child Care 2018 Tax Companion is a comprehensive tool that will help tax preparers understand the unique rules that affect family child care businesses. Using this resource will increase your confidence in the tax professional who prepares your return, help you identify potential errors before your taxes are filed, and ensure that your tax preparer is claiming all allowable deductions. Once you fill out the worksheets in this book, give it to your tax professional to use as a guide as your tax forms are completed. This will help you ensure your business expenses are properly deducted.
This edition has been completely revised to reflect the 2017 Act and developments through August 2018. The text focuses on the corporation as a taxable entity and tracks the corporate life cycle from incorporation through complete liquidation. It includes discussion on nonliquidating distributions, redemptions, and stock dividends. It also addresses advanced problems in corporate taxation, such as taxable acquisitions, tax-free reorganizations and corporate divisions, and carryover of corporate tax attributes.
Is it allowable? That is the question so often heard when an accountant is preparing a client's business accounts. There are classic `grey area' expenses as well as the detail behind new legislation to contend with in the quest for the solution. Researching the problem is time-consuming and stressful. This is where A-Z of Business Tax Deductions, 2nd edition steps in. It has been compiled to provide clarity in areas where there is doubt. It examines the deductibility for tax purposes of particular expenses incurred by sole traders, partnerships and limited liability partnerships. The A-Z format allows the reader to navigate to the relevant topic. Each section contains a listing of relevant cases, HMRC guidance and legislative references so that the legal principles that lie behind the issue can be considered. Extra commentary is provided in instances where a clear `yes or no' answer to the deductibility question simply does not exist. A-Z of Business Tax Deductions, 2nd edition has been thoroughly revised and updated to reflect the major legislative changes brought in by recent Finance Acts including Finance Act 2018, as well as recently issued HMRC guidance and relevant new cases. Key updates include: - Loan interest relief restriction for residential property businesses - Qualifying conditions for using cash basis accounts - New cases on subsistence and travel claims - Adjustments on change of accounting basis - Trading and property allowances
What works best for clients? Learn the pros and cons of the LLC, general partnership, limited partnership, and limited liability partnership by focusing on planning and potential tax traps. This title offers a review of distinct advantages of these entities coupled with an examination of the risk members and partners face if they do not have a solid tax plan to minimize their exposure. In addition, the authors explore some of the more intricate rules and regulations of these entities so you can move your working knowledge of partnership and LLC taxation beyond the basics. This book prepares the reader to do the following: Analyze a partnership or LLC agreement to determine whether any special allocations in the agreement will be allowed under Code Section 704(b) Identify the potential economic consequences of special allocations to a partner or LLC member Identify the potential tax consequences when a partner or LLC member has a negative balance in his or her capital account Recognize the relationship between partnership and LLC allocations of profit and loss and the allocation of the risks and rewards of entity operations Distinguish between the requirements for substantiality and those for economic effect under the regulations Distinguish between book allocations required under Section 704(b) and tax allocations required under Section 704(c) Recognize the three methods described in the Section 704(c) regulations to make special allocations with respect to contributed property Determine when a non-contributing partner or LLC member will or will not be protected by required allocations under Section 704(c) Calculate the gain that can result from reallocation of liabilities when a partner joins a partnership Calculate a partner's or member's share of recourse liabilities of a partnership or LLC Distinguish between recourse and nonrecourse liabilities of a partnership or LLC Analyze the impact of a partner or LLC member's guarantee of a recourse or nonrecourse liability of the entity Recognize when to treat a liability as a recognized versus contingent liability and understand how to account for partnership or LLC contingent liabilities Calculate the basis of each property received by a partner receiving multiple properties in a liquidating vs. non-liquidating distribution from a partnership or LLC Recognize which properties will receive a step-up or step-down in basis when multiple properties are received from a partnership or LLC Allocate basis increases or decreases among multiple properties for federal income tax purposes Determine when an Internal Revenue code (IRC) Section 754 election will allow a partnership or LLC to adjust its basis in its assets Allocate required basis adjustments among partnership or LLC assets Determine the tax consequences associated with the sale of a partner's or member's interest in a partnership or LLC Recognize how using the installment method to account for the sale of a partnership interest will affect how the partner will report his or her gain on the sale Recognize when the sale of an interest in a partnership will trigger a technical termination of the partnership Determine the tax basis and holding period of assets owned by the partnership following a technical termination Determine the tax consequences associated with subsequent dispositions of built-in gain or loss assets following a technical termination
Are your clients looking to grow their business ventures? Venture Capital Tax Reliefs, Third Edition provides an overview of the major investment schemes introduced to encourage growth capital investment, including the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS), Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) and Venture Capital Trusts (VCTs). The title provides practical guidance on the investment reliefs available and how to make them work for you and your clients. It describes the qualifying conditions that must be met by both the investors and the company, guides the reader through the process of claiming these valuable reliefs and advises on how to avoid losing them. Substantially rewritten and reorganised to reflect the major changes to the tax incentives available, this new edition provides: - Detailed coverage and analysis of the highly popular Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) - Commentary on the impact on EISs and VCTs as a result of the 2015 State Aid changes and legislation, which fundamentally altered the way the schemes operate, including: -- The new age limit -- The enhancements for knowledge intensive companies -- Use of money and the growth and development requirement -- The risk-to-capital provisions
The definitive guide to compliance for nonprofit joint ventures Joint Ventures Involving Tax-Exempt Organizations explores the laws, rules, and policies surrounding increasing collaborations between the nonprofit and for-profit sectors. Comprehensive, authoritative, and focused on the practical, this resource has been fully updated to reflect the latest rulings and regulatory changes pertaining to tax-exempt organizations. Countless footnotes, numerous citations to case law, Internal Revenue Code sections, and other relevant authority are provided, along with a host of useful sample forms. In an era of challenging economic forces, budgetary constraints and potential tax legislation, nonprofits and for-profits are partnering in creative arrangements to achieve mutual financial and tax-exempt goals. Improper structuring and inadequate safeguards can jeopardize an organization's tax-exempt status; careful planning is critical. Thorough examination of relevant laws and rulings guides practitioners and participants so that both the non-profit and for-profit partners will understand the requirements for maintaining tax-exemption: * Analyze the various joint venture configurations that will protect tax-exempt status, including the new partnership audit rules * Propose solutions to common challenges such as debt restructuring, use of tax credit financing, and asset protection issues * Identify the structures best suited to achieve various goals based on applicable legal factors Partnering with for-profit businesses has brought both successes and unforeseen challenges to universities, research institutions, hospitals, low-income housing developments, and many more. As the charitable funding environment continues to face stresses, alternative avenues to generate revenue, such as joint ventures, will only become more prevalent. Joint Ventures Involving Tax-Exempt Organizations provides an invaluable resource for lawyers and nonprofits alike, putting the critical information you need at your fingertips.
This book provides a concise overview of federal partnership taxation. It covers partnership formation, including contributions of property and admission of service partners, allocation of income and loss, tax accounting, and sharing of recourse and nonrecourse liabilities. Building on this foundation, the book also addresses advanced topics, including transactions between partners and partnerships, sales of partnership interests, distributions of property, optional and mandatory basis adjustments, and planning for retirement or death of a partner. Numerous concrete examples illustrate the tax treatment of specific transactions, allowing students to grasp the principles of partnership taxation in a problem-oriented course. The revised fifth edition reflects developments through September 2016, including proposed rules relating to compensatory profits interests and fee waivers, contributed built-in loss property, sharing of partnership liabilities and disguised sales, basis adjustments under 734(b), 743(b) and 755, and 751(b) distributions.