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32 Major Tax Plan. i (1980)

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Thirty-second Annual


TAX INSTITUTE

CORPORATE   TAX PLANNING: New  Techniques in Corporate Acquisitions;
Recent Developments in Corporate Liquidation; Tax Planning for Corpora-
tions with Net Operating Losses.
INCOME  AND  BUSINESS  TAX PLANNING:  Partnership Allocations; Part-
nership Recapitalizations (Capital Freeze); Making Sense of the Pro-
posed At-Risk Rules; Personal Tax Planning with Reduced Capital Gain
Rates.
EMPLOYMENT   AND  RETIREMENT  BENEFITS: Stock Compensation under
Section 83; Handling Compensation Arrangements in Business Acquisi-
tions: Tax-Favored Methods of Purchasing Employee Life Insurance; Tax
Planning for a Partnership of Professional Corporations.
ESTATE  PLANNING: Current Developments in Estate Planning; Planning
for the Marital Deduction; Planning Problems with Powers of Distribution,
Invasion and Appointment; Charitable Lead and Remainder Trusts; Gifts
or Sales Coupled with Leasebacks.
TAX POLICY AND ADMINISTRATION:  The State of the Federal Tax System;
State Income Tax Conformity.

             University  of
             Southern   California
             Law  Center

             MAJOR TAX PLANNING
             FOR   1980
      As presented at the institute and expanded beyond the original
      lecture form by the individual speakers, who are authorities on
      the specific problems which their articles concern

                            1980




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