Federal Tax Research 11e
ISBN-13: 9781337282987 / ISBN-10: 1337282987
FEDERAL TAX RESEARCH, 11E provides unparalleled hands-on tax research training and practice you need using the latest versions of the most widely used online tax research tools, such as Thomson Reuters Checkpoint, CCH IntelliConnect, and BNA Bloomberg. CPA candidates, in particular, benefit from the coverage of professional and legal responsibilities and ethics as well as the federal tax process. This edition focuses on key research skills, critical problem-solving skills and the communication skills most important for today’s workplace.
Part I: THE TAX RESEARCH ENVIRONMENT.
1. Introduction to Tax Practice and Ethics.
2. Tax Research Methodology.
Part II: PRIMARY SOURCES OF FEDERAL TAX LAW.
3. Constitutional and Legislative Sources.
4. Administrative Regulations and Rulings.
5. Judicial Interpretations.
Part III: RESEARCH TOOLS.
6. Tax Services RIA Checkpoint.
7. Tax Services CCH Intelliconnect.
8. Tax Services Specialty and Others.
9. Multijurisdictional and Other Research.
10. Financial Accounting Research.
Part IV: IMPLEMENTING THE RESEARCH TOOLS.
11. Communicating Research Results.
12. Tax Planning.
13. Working with the IRS.
14. Tax Practice and Administration: Sanctions, Agreements, and Disclosures.
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Roby B. Sawyers
Dr. Roby Sawyers, Ph.D., CPA, CMA, is a professor in the Department of Accounting at North Carolina State University. He earned his undergraduate accounting degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, his masters from the University of South Florida, and his Ph.D. from Arizona State University. Dr. Sawyers has taught a variety of undergraduate and graduate tax courses at both NC State and UNC-Chapel Hill and has served as a visiting professor in the International Management Program at the Catholic University in Lille, France, and the Vienna School of Economics and Business (Wirtschaftsuniversitat Wien). He has taught continuing education courses for the AICPA, NCACPA, BDO Seidman, McGladrey and Pullen, Dixon, Hughes Goodman, KPMG and PricewaterhouseCoopers. In addition to co-authoring FEDERAL TAX RESEARCH, Dr. Sawyers is a frequent contributor for leading academic, policy, and professional tax journals. Dr. Sawyers has been an active member of the AICPA's Tax Division, has served on the Tax Executive Committee, chaired the Trust, Estate and Gift Tax Technical Resource Panel, and chaired the AICPA's task force on estate tax reform. He has also been active in tax policy issues in North Carolina, serving as the Chief of Staff for the North Carolina General Assembly's State and Local Fiscal Modernization Study Commission and as an advisor to the General Assembly's Joint Select Committee on Economic Development Incentives and North Carolina's Economic Development Board.
Steven Gill is an associate professor in the School of Accountancy. He received a BS in accounting from the University of Florida (Gainesville, FL) an MS in taxation from Northeastern University (Boston, MA), and a Ph.D. in accounting (University of Massachusetts 2008). Prior to entering academia, Dr. Gill worked twelve years in the field of accounting, including roles in public accounting, internal audit, corporate accounting, and, ultimately, vice president of finance. Dr. Gill's research interests include a concentration in taxation, including mutual funds and college savings ("529") plans and wider interests tax compliance. He has taught at both the undergraduate and graduate levels and his teaching interests include taxation and both financial and managerial accounting. In addition to co-authoring FEDERAL TAX RESEARCH, Dr. Gill is the author of INCOME TAX FUNDAMENTALS and an Editor on the 2018 SOUTH-WESTERN FEDERAL TAXATION series.