The Fundamentals of Federal Taxation: Problems and Materials, 5th Edition
The fifth edition of Miller & Maine’s The Fundamentals of Federal Taxation is a problem-based, transaction-oriented treatment of the basics of federal taxation. It features a balanced approach toward tax planning and tax policy and is structured for easy accessibility through the use of forty-one chapters, each of which can readily be covered in one, or occasionally two, class sessions. This edition incorporates developments in the law through January of 2018, including the far-reaching Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Key developments since the fourth edition include changes to the ordinary income rate structure, depreciation and capitalization, itemized deductions, personal exemptions, alimony, the child tax credit, and casualty losses. This edition also further engages students by noting how tax law intersects with diverse and hot topics such as the sharing economy, the legalized marijuana industry, Silicon Valley job perks, wrongful incarceration, virtual currency, and human egg donation.
Carolina Academic Press
Durham, North Carolina
Taxation-Federal | Tax Law
Miller, John A., "The Fundamentals of Federal Taxation: Problems and Materials, 5th Edition" (2018). Books. 16.