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39 Volume 1 Major Tax Plan. i (1987)

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Thirty-Ninth Annual

TAX INSTITUTE

Volume 1

CORPORATE TAX PLANNING: Corporate Tax Planning   Strategies in
Light of the Repeal of the General Utilities Doctrine and Capital Gains
Preference by the Tax Reform Act of 1986; Net Operating Loss Carry-
overs in Corporate Acquisitions After the Tax Reform Act of 1986;
Purchase Price Allocations in Taxable Stock and Asset Acquisitions;
Planning for the Use and Operation of S Corporations; California Wa-
ter's-Edge Legislation.
INDIVIDUAL  TAX PLANNING:  Individual Taxation Under the Tax Re-
form Act of 1986; What's on the Menu in Cafeteria Plans: Current Af-
fairs in the Taxation of Employee Benefits; What's on the Menu in
Cafeteria Plans; Corporate Owned Life Insurance Policy Grandfather
Rules; The Impact of the Tax Reform Act of 1986 on Corporate Spon-
sored Life Insurance Benefits for Executives; Burned Out Tax Shel-
ters: Advising Burned Minority Investors; Tax Reform: What? Again? A
Rose  by Any Other Name  . . .; Executive Compensation and the
Time Value of Money; Planning for Charitable Contributions by Individ-
uals.
ESTATE  PLANNING:  The Impact of the Tax Reform Act of 1986 on
Estate Planning; Generation-Skipping Transfer Taxes Under the Tax
Reform Act of 1986; Post-Mortem Problems of Revocable Trusts; Es-
tate Planning: A Client-Based Approach.
                        University of
                        Southern  California
                        Law  Center

                        MAJOR TAX PLANNING
                        FOR  1987

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

                           1987

                 4 Matthew Bender
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