South-Western Federal Taxation 2020: Individual Income Taxes 43rd Edition by James C. Young (Author), Annette Nellen (Author), William H. Hoffman (Author), William A. Raabe (Author), David M. Maloney (Author)
Master today’s individual income tax concepts and gain a thorough understanding of current tax legislation with SOUTH-WESTERN FEDERAL TAXATION 2020: INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAXES, 43E. This reader-friendly presentation provides the latest coverage of tax legislation for individual taxpayers, as of the time of publication, including tax reforms of 2018 and the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. The book’s distinctive framework clearly demonstrates how topics relate to one another and to the 1040 form. Significant examples, frequent summaries and meaningful tax scenarios further clarify concepts and sharpen your critical-thinking, writing and research skills. Trust this edition for the most thorough coverage of individual income taxation available today.
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About the Author
James C. Young, Ph.D., C.P.A., is the PwC Professor of Accountancy at Northern Illinois University. A graduate of Ferris State University (B.S.) and Michigan State University (M.B.A. and Ph.D.), Dr. Young’s research focuses on taxpayer responses to the income tax using archival data. His dissertation received the PricewaterhouseCoopers/American Taxation Association Dissertation Award and his subsequent research has received funding from a number of organizations, including the Ernst & Young Foundation Tax Research Grant Program. His work has been published in a variety of academic and professional journals, including the National Tax Journal, The Journal of the American Taxation Association and Tax Notes. Dr. Young is a Northern Illinois University Distinguished Professor. He received the Illinois CPA Society Outstanding Accounting Educator Award in 2012 and has received university teaching awards from Northern Illinois University, George Mason University and Michigan State University.
Annette Nellen, C.P.A., C.G.M.A., Esquire, directs San Jose State University’s graduate tax program (MST) and teaches courses in tax research, tax fundamentals, accounting methods, property transactions, employment tax, ethics and tax policy. Professor Nellen is a graduate of California State University, Northridge, Pepperdine (M.B.A.) and Loyola Law School. Prior to joining SJSU in 1990, she worked with a Big 4 firm and the IRS. At SJSU, Professor Nellen has been recognized with the Outstanding Professor and Distinguished Service Awards. She is an active member of the tax sections of the AICPA, American Bar Association and California Lawyers Association. She chaired the AICPA Tax Executive Committee from October 2016 to May 2019. In 2013, she received the AICPA Arthur J. Dixon Memorial Award, the highest award given by the accounting profession in the area of taxation. Professor Nellen is the author of Bloomberg Tax Portfolio, Amortization of Intangibles. She has published numerous articles in the AICPA Tax Insider, The Tax Adviser, State Tax Notes and The Journal of Accountancy. She has testified before the House Ways & Means and Senate Finance Committees and other committees on Federal and state tax reform. Professor Nellen maintains the 21st Century Taxation website and blog (www.21stcenturytaxation.com) as well as websites on tax reform and state tax issues.
Dr. William H. Hoffman, Jr., earned his B.A. and J.D. degrees from the University of Michigan before serving in the Korean War as an of?cer in the U.S. Army’s Judge Advocate General Corps. Following his return from military service, he completed his M.B.A. and Ph.D. degrees from The University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Hoffman was a licensed C.P.A. and attorney in Texas. Recognized for his teaching excellence, Dr. Hoffman’s academic experience included The University of Texas, Louisiana State University and the University of Houston. During his time in Houston, Dr. Hoffman served as a professor, mentor and doctoral adviser to countless students and colleagues. Between 1977 and 1980, he established what is now the SOUTH-WESTERN FEDERAL TAXATION SERIES. A frequently requested professional speaker, Dr. Hoffman addressed many tax institutes and conferences and published extensively in academic and professional journals. His articles have appeared in The Journal of Taxation, The Tax Adviser, Taxes-The Tax Magazine, The Journal of Accountancy, The Accounting Review and Taxation for Accountants.
William A. Raabe, Ph.D., C.P.A., was the University of Wisconsin Distinguished Professor of Taxation. He taught at Ohio State, Arizona State, the Capital University (OH) Law School and the Universities of Wisconsin – Milwaukee and Whitewater. A graduate of Carroll University (Wisconsin) and the University of Illinois, Dr. Raabe’s teaching and research interests include international and multistate taxation, technology in tax education, personal financial planning and the economic impact of sports teams and fine arts groups. Dr. Raabe also writes the PricewaterhouseCoopers Tax Case Studies. He has written extensively about book-tax differences in financial reporting. Dr. Raabe has been a visiting tax faculty member for a number of public accounting firms, bar associations and C.P.A. societies. He has received numerous teaching awards, including the Accounting Educator of the Year award from the Wisconsin Institute of C.P.A.s. He has been the faculty adviser for student teams in the Deloitte Tax Case Competition (national finalists at three different schools) and the PricewaterhouseCoopers Extreme Tax policy competition (national finalist). For more information about Dr. Raabe, visit BillRaabeTax. com and BillRaabeTax on YouTube and Twitter.
David M. Maloney, Ph.D., C.P.A., is the Carman G. Blough Professor of Accounting Emeritus at the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce. He completed his undergraduate work at the University of Richmond and his graduate work at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Upon joining the University of Virginia faculty in January 1984, Dr. Maloney taught federal taxation in the graduate and undergraduate programs and was a recipient of major research grants from the Ernst & Young and KPMG Foundations. Dr. Maloney has published work in numerous professional journals, including Journal of Taxation, The Tax Adviser, Tax Notes, Corporate Taxation, Accounting Horizons, Journal of Taxation of Investments and Journal of Accountancy.