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Bankruptcy and Insolvency Taxation.

This comprehensive work on bankruptcy taxation explores the options available to those considering bankruptcy under the provisions of chapters 7 or 11 of the Bankruptcy Code and discusses how both are influenced by the tax provisions of the Internal Revenue Code and the Bankruptcy Code. Instructions for filing tax returns are provided as well. The autors also cover tax-free reorganization under IRC section 368 and the tax benefits associated with a "G" reorganization. According to the authors, this revision of their annual publication, Tax Planning for the Troubled Business, will be updated annually, with more frequent updatings if necessary. This is a well-documented reference book that has been written for tax accountants and tax attorneys.
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Publication:Journal of Accountancy
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Oct 1, 1991
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