This course examines the U.S. federal tax system as it relates to property transactions of business owners and shareholders. Topics include cost recovery, such as depreciation, amortization, and depletion; calculation of realized versus recognized gains and losses; evaluation of the potential tax effects of nontaxable exchanges; and the combining, or netting, gains and losses that are different in nature. Assignments facilitate self-discovery of knowledge and development of a variety of professional skills.
This course is part of the U.S. Federal Taxation Specialization
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TOP REVIEWS FROM FEDERAL TAXATION II: PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS OF BUSINESS OWNERS AND SHAREHOLDERS
This course offers and excellent primer in the tax treatment of property transactions. It can be a bit dry, but that is the nature of tax.
Very informative and nicely presented course about the US taxation regulations. One of my favorites.
I am very grateful for everything I learned in this course, it is excellent!
This course really taught me a lot about Capital Gains and Losses which will help me in my tax planning efforts both personal and business.
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