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51 Volume 1 Major Tax Plan. [i] (1999)

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Fifty-First Annual

Tax Institute

Volume I




CORPORATE   AND  BUSINESS  TAX PLANNING:  1998 Developments in the
Federal Income Taxation of Mergers and Acquisitions: The Year in M &
A; Corporate Tax Accounting: Current Strategies and Issues; Current
California Business Developments; The Use of Partnerships to Dispose of
Appreciated Corporate Assets; Structuring Corporate Transactions: Choosing
and Implementing a Structure; Structuring Corporate Transactions: A State
Income Tax Perspective; Choice of Entity for the U.S. Private Enterprise and
Use of Disregarded Entities; Developments in Compensation and Benefits
Tax-Practical Tips on Improving Fringe Benefit Packages and Avoiding
Audit Adjustments
REAL  ESTATE  AND  PARTNERSHIP   TAX PLANNING:   Current Develop-
ments Affecting Partnerships; Disposing of Real Estate in a Sizzling Market,
Part I: REITs
ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY TAX PLANNING (additional articles in
Volume 2): Tax Aspects of Film Company Acquisitions
                         The Law School
                         University of
                       Southern California
                    MAJOR   TAX  PLANNING
                           FORA999

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.

                            1999






                 MATTHEW6BENDER

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