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Sunday, January 15, 2012

Top 5 Tax Paper Downloads

SSRNThere is a bit of movement in this week's list of the Top 5 Recent Tax Paper Downloads, with a new paper debuting on the list at #5:

1.  [668 Downloads]  Nine Bean-Rows LLC: Using the Limited Liability Company to Hold Vacation Homes and Other Personal-Use Property, by J. William Callison (Faegre & Benson, Denver)

2.  [440 Downloads]  Offshore Accounts: Insider’s Summary of FATCA and its Potential Future, by J. Richard (Dick) Harvey (Villanova)

3.  [181 Downloads]  FLP Loss, but Crummey Win, by Wendy C. Gerzog (Baltimore)

4.  [146 Downloads]  Asset and Business Valuation in Estate Tax Cases: The Role of the Courts, by Mark Jackson, Sonja PippinJeffrey Wong (all of the University of Nevada, Reno)

5.  [115 Downloads]  Social Security Benefits: Windfall Elimination Provision, by Francine J. Lipman (UNLV) & James E. Williamson (San Diego State University, College of Business Administration)

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What exactly are "Paper Downloads"? I always thought downloads were accomplished with bits (binary digits), i.e. electronic impulses representing data that is streamed over a cable or wireless?

Are "Paper Downloads" the paper version of "Downloads", via little tiny bits of paper? If so, perhaps they should be called "Confetti" instead. Or just drop the "Paper" before "Downloads".

Posted by: Hank, Esq. | Jan 15, 2012 12:58:32 PM

I guess paper downloads are those what we call downloadable reading materials such as ebook and electronic magazines.

Posted by: How To: Download | Jan 18, 2012 9:39:02 AM