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Tax - Basic Federal Income Taxation

Basic Federal Income Taxation: Deductions: Charitable Contribution Deductions: Basic Concepts and Computations

This lesson is best used after studying Basic Federal Income Taxation, deductions for charitable contributions to a section 501(c)(3) organization, in class. The lesson provides problem sets to work through to allow you to refine your ability to apply the Code and Regs. to a variety of situations.

Basic Federal Income Taxation: Taxable Income and Tax Computation: Personal and Dependency Exemptions

This lesson is best used after studying Federal Income Taxation: Taxable Income and Tax Computation, in class. The lesson includes problem sets to work through, allowing you to apply the Code and Regs. to a variety of situations involving personal and dependency exemptions, under Internal Revenue Code sections 151 and 152.

Basic Federal Income Taxation: Taxable Income and Tax Computation: Claim of Right Mitigation Doctrine

This lesson is best used after studying Federal Income Taxation: Taxable Income and Tax Computation, in class. The lesson includes problem sets to work through, allowing you to apply the Code and Regs. to a variety of situations involving the claim of right mitigation doctrine under section 1341.

Basic Federal Income Taxation: Taxable Income and Tax Computation: Taxation of Minor Children's Income

This lesson is best used after studying Federal Income Taxation: Taxable Income and Tax Computation, in class. The lesson includes problem sets to work through, allowing you to apply the Code and Regs. to a variety of situations involving the taxation of minor children's income under section 1(g).

Basic Federal Income Taxation: Property Transactions: Computation of Gain and Loss Realized

This lesson is best used after studying Federal Income Taxation: Property Transactions, in class. The lesson includes problem sets to work through, allowing you to apply the Code and Regs. to a variety of situations involving the computation of gain and loss realized under Internal Revenue Code §§ 1001, 1011-1016.

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