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  1. Contemporary Tax Practice: Research, Planning and Strategies (4th Edition) (U.S.)

    Contemporary Tax Practice book provides exposure to frequently encountered tax planning topics and strategies, better preparing users for their future in tax practice.
  2. Tax Calendar: U.S. Master Tax Guide 100th Commemorative Edition

    This booklet provides professionals and their clients with a great tool to plan for and track important tax dates.
  3. Tax Practitioner’s Guide to Identity Theft, 2016 (Revised 2nd Edition) U.S.

    The book covers recent case law and provides twenty-five "best practices" that clients can employ to decrease the risk of both tax-related and non-tax related identity theft.
  4. Forensic and Investigative Accounting (9th Edition)

    A complete and readily teachable text on today's most timely accounting topics. Written by top accounting and forensic teachers, this text covers all the important underpinnings,...
  5. Law, Explanation, & Analysis (LEA) Book (2017) - Health Reform Legislation (U.S.)

    With the publication of Law, Explanation, & Analysis (LEA) Book (2017), Wolters Kluwer is providing practitioners with a single integrated law, regulations and explanations.
  6. New York State Corporation Tax Law and Regulations (As of January 1, 2017)

    Provides an authoritative source of essential information reproducing the New York State laws concerning corporation taxes promulgated by the NY Department of Taxation and Finance.
  7. Business Tax Answer Book (2018) (U.S.)

    An accessible, practical, plain-language and comprehensive reference source for tax information for accountants, attorneys, business owners, and other business advisors.
  8. Financial Products: Taxation, Regulation and Design (2020 Supplement) - U.S.

    A three-volume set, the book provides a road map to work one's way through the tax and regulatory maze of financial products.
  9. Grantor Trust Answer Book, 2018 (U.S.)

    Grantor Trust Answer Book describes a particular set of rules and circumstances that will cause a trust to be treated as a grantor trust.
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