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41 Volume 1 Major Tax Plan. i (1989)

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Forty-First Annual


Volume 1
CORPORATE   TAX PLANNING:  Cutting Edge Problems in the Use of
S Corporations; Taxable and Nontaxable Acquisitions Involving S
Corporations; Practical Tax Aspects of Mergers and Acquisitons;
Consolidated Return Issues and Techniques in Mergers and Acquisi-
tions; Preservation and Use of Net Operating Losses and Other Tax
Attributes in a Consolidated Return Context; The Increasing Use of
Section 355 After the Tax Reform Act of 1986 and the Revenue Act of
1987; The Post-TAMRA Chapter Eleven Coporate Tax Survival Kit.
INDIVIDUAL TAX  PLANNING: The  Problem With Interest; Executive
Compensation Deferred: Should the Rabbi Be Trusted; Taking Our
Lumps-Why   Pension Experts Should Know More About Estate Plan-
ning and Estate Planners Should Know More About Qualified Plans
(and a Little Common Sense Wouldn't Hurt, Either); Sophisticated
Charitable Giving: Techniques and Problems; Tax Treatment of Per-
sonal Service Corporations and the S Corporation Alternative; Cur-
rent Issues in California-Federal Conformity.
                        University  of
                        Southern   California
                        Law  Center

                        MAJOR TAX PLANNING
                        FOR   1989
     As presented at the Institute and expanded beyond the original lec-
     ture form by the individual speakers, who are authorities on the spe-
     cific problems which their articles concern


                46   Matthew Bender

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