Academic journal article Issues in Accounting Education

Federal Taxation 2004 Comprehensive

Academic journal article Issues in Accounting Education

Federal Taxation 2004 Comprehensive

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THOMAS POPE, KENNETH ANDERSON, and JOHN KRAMER, Federal Taxation 2004 Comprehensive (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson, Prentice Hall, 2003, pp. 1520).

The Comprehensive 2004 Federal Taxation text includes 29 chapters from Individuals and 15 chapters from Corporations. Many smaller universities and colleges that only have one tax course regularly use this text. The Comprehensive version contains all of the chapters from the Individual text except Taxes and Investment Planning. In addition, the following chapters from the Individual text are moved to the corporate section in the Comprehensive text: "Tax Research," "Corporations," "Partnerships," and "S Corporations." Finally, the Comprehensive text does not include the chapter from the Corporate text concerning the U.S. Taxation of Foreign-Related Transactions.

The Comprehensive text has a free online Standard Tax Course available in WebCT, Blackboard, or CourseCompass. The TaxACT Software package is also packaged with the text at a nominal price. PowerPoint[R] slides include over 300 full-color electronic transparencies available for Individuals and Corporations. The text also contains both a paper and computerized version of the Test Bank.

Two learning features unique to the Pope/Anderson/Kramer series are also incorporated in the Comprehensive text. The first is called, "What Would You Do in This Situation?" These boxes make extensive use of Ethical Material as they represent choices that may put the practitioner at odds with the client. …

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