A corporate guide to understanding the basic tax implications ofeveryday business
Organized to cover the tax implications of transactions as theyoccur through a company's life cycle, the basic principles of taxmanagement are applied through the use of case studies thatsimulate a variety of real-world marketplace conditions.Value-added and financial reporting effects of tax management arediscussed, as well as country-specific tax rules, and cross-bordertransactions.
John E. Karayan, JD, PhD (Glendale, CA), is a professor atCalifornia State Polytechnic University, Pomona. He is also apartner in the law firm of Bond
Karayan. Charles W. Swenson, PhD (Pasadena, CA), is a professor atthe University of Southern California, Los Angeles, where heteaches a number of courses in accounting and taxation.
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