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Thursday, June 2, 2005

Bank & Stark Publish Business Tax Stories

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Steven A. Bank (UCLA) & Kirk J. Stark (UCLA) have published Business Tax Stories (Foundation Press, 2005) (ISBN # 1-58778-729-6), part of the Law Stories Series of books for which I serve as Series Editor.

Unlike the other volumes in the Law Stories Series, Business Tax Stories does not deal solely with judicial opinions. In the field of business taxation, many of the most significant developments are not cases, and certainly not Supreme Court cases, but rather legislative and administrative changes and transactional innovations. Business Tax Stories includes chapters on several landmark cases; however, it also surveys many of the critical developments in the history of U.S. corporate and partnership taxation. Taken as a whole, Business Tax Stories is organized to serve as a history of business taxation over the last century:

To purchase a copy, go here or here.  For complimentary copies (faculty only), email here.

Update: I endorse Joe Kristan's recommendation of the book as the perfect Father's Day gift.

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