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48 Volume 1 Major Tax Plan. [i] (1996)

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Forty-Eighth Annual

Tax   Institute

Volume 1
CORPORATE TAX PLANNING: Significant Developments in the   Federal
Corporate Tax Area; Recent Developments in Corporate Procedural Issues;
Tax Issues of High Technology Businesses: The Early Years; Nexus in To-
day's Technology Driven World; Recent Developments in S Corporations;
Coping with Anti-Abuse Rules in Corporate Income Tax Return Positions;
Corporate Benefits Triptych-FICA, COLI,  IRC  Section 162(m); The
Seagram Saga: the Conoco, Dupont, and MCA Transactions.
INDIVIDUAL   TAX PLANNING:  Independent Contractor vs. Employee: Who
Is One Really, Where Are We Going, and Does It Make a Difference?;
Independent Contractor vs. Employee: The IRS Speaks Out; Taxing the Vir-
tual Office; Federal and California Individual Income Tax Developments;
Nonprofit Law in a Nutshell: A Primer for Tax Generalists; Vacation Homes:
Tax Subsidized Investments or Headaches?; Impact of High Marginal Rates
on Practical Planning: Evolving High Income Strategies; California Jammin':
Ways  To  Do Battle with the Franchise Tax Board & State Board of
Equalization-Appeals Procedures.
                          University of
                       Southern California
                           Law  School
                    MAJOR   TAX  PLANNING
                           FOR   1996
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.



(Manhew Bender & Co., Inc.)

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