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37 Major Tax Plan. i (1985)

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Thirty-Seventh Annual


CORPORATE TAX PLANNING: Washington Responds to Wall
Street-1984 Tax Act Corporate Tax Changes; VEBA Changes and
Planning Under DEFRA; Planning for ESOPs Under DEFRA; Achiev-
ing Maximum Elective Contributions Under Qualified Cash or Deferred
Arrangements After the Tax Reform Act of 1984; Leveraged Buyouts;
Current Developments in Corporate Reorganizations; The Farmer and
Estate Tax Relief-Code Section 2032A Revisited.
REAL ESTATE  TAX PLANNING: Real Estate Investment Partnerships:
Tax Aspects of Acquisition and Financing Techniques; Deductions and
Allocations for Real Estate Investment Partnerships Under the Tax Re-
form Act of 1984; A-B Partnerships: Still Alive, Well, and a Hot Tax
Shelter Vehicle; Techniques for Analyzing the Economics of Real Es-
tate Investments; Recent Developments in Section 1031; Opportuni-
ties and Pitfalls on the Path to Capital Gain.
INCOME  TAX PLANNING: Premature Accruals and the Relationship Be-
tween Accounting Methods and the Penalty Provisions; Deferred Pay-
ment Transactions; Trends in Equity Compensations for Executives;
Substantiating the Value: The Impact of DEFRA on Tax Exempt Or-
ganizations and Their Donors; Tax Shelters After the 1984 Tax Reform
ESTA TE PLANNING: Equitable Adjustments and Related Professional
Responsibility Problems in Estate Planning; Current Developments in
Estate Planning; Use of Irrevocable Life Insurance Trusts; Valuing
Preferred Stock and Partnership Interests and Their Different Attrib-
utes After Revenue Rulings 83-119 and 83-120; Interest-Free Loans-
Boon or Bust?; Planning Under the New 10% Valuation Tables.

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