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38 Major Tax Plan. i (1986)

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Thirty-Eighth Annual

TAX INSTITUTE

CORPORATE TAX   PLANNING:  Corporate Current Developments; Tax
Planning for Taxable Stock Acquisitions Under the Section 338
Temporary  Regulations; Tax Consequences  of  Tender  Offers;
Disposing of Unwanted Assets in Corporate Transactions; Officers'
Responsibility; Tax Planning for the Closely Held Corporation.
INDIVIDUAL  TAX PLANNING:   Imputed Interest and Original Issue
Discount: The Logical Extreme of a Fundamentally Flawed Tax System;
I.R.S. Weapons and Procedures to Combat Tax Shelters; Financial
Planning Techniques Using Charitable Gifts; Practical Applications of
the 1984 Domestic Relations Tax Bill-Trick or Treat?
ESTA  TE PLANNING:   Recent  Estate Planning Developments;
Anticipating Changes in Tax Laws; Tax-Free Rollover-Enhanced
Leveraging for ESOPs; Tax Planning to Fund a Child's Education;
Estate Planning and Qualified Plans After DEFRA and REA; Bits and
Pieces: Sales of Remainders and Split Purchases.
REAL  ESTATE  PLANNING:   Buy-Sell Agreements for Real Estate
Partnerships and Corporations; Tax Effects of Special Allocations
Among  Partners; The Planning Potential for Disposing of Real Property
in a Corporation; Executive Compensation with Real Estate; Current
Planning for Foreign Investors in U.S. Real Estate and Other Direct
Investments.

           University  of
           Southern   California
           Law   Center

           MAJOR TAX PLANNING
           FOR   1986


      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

                           1986



                   46Matthew Bender
                                              W  Times Mirror
                                              U  Books

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