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Integrated and Comprehensive Problems in TaxationAnu Varadharajan
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Integrated and Comprehensive Problems in Taxation

(First Edition)
By Anu Varadharajan

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-62661-097-2, 40 pages

©2015

Description
Designed to supplement standard textbooks on the subject, Integrated and Comprehensive Problems in Taxation helps students build on their classroom learning. The book provides opportunities to combine and integrate target concepts in order to solve complex, inter-related tax problems.

Students will engage in real-world scenarios on individual taxation as well as property transactions. The information on property transactions is of particular note as this is a common area of weakness. The book addresses depreciation, Section 179 expenses, and cost recovery rules for long-term assets.

Integrated and Comprehensive Problems in Taxation prepares students for work in the field, where professional practitioners are often confronted with information that comes in phases or is disorganized, and yet they must successfully advise clients based on a complete situation. The book concludes with a comprehensive tax return case.

Integrated and Comprehensive Problems in Taxation allows students to explore and address complex tax problems in a safe learning environment. It is suitable for introductory taxation courses, and those in the principles of taxation and individual taxation.


Teaching Resources
Adopting instructors will receive the instructor's manual.

Biography
Anu Varadharajan earned an M.B.A. from the Simon Business School at the University of Rochester, NY. She is the associate director for the Master of Accounting program at Tulane University. She previously worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP as both a tax manager and a regional finance director for the Northeast region.