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Federal Taxation of Partnerships and Partners, vol. 3, Structuring and Drafting Agreements.

Federal Taxation of Partnerships and Partners: Structuring and Drafting Agreements, by Robert L. Whitmire, William F. Nelson, William S. McKee and Mark A. Kuller, Warren, Gorham & Lamont, 210 South Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02111, 1989, paginated by section, $145.

This third volume of Federal Taxation of Partnerships and Partners ($245 for the set) aims to provide detailed guidance for the drafting of partnership agreements. In addition to the basic components of partnership contracts, complicated issues such as loss-sharing and tiered-sharing arrangements are examined as is a variety of special allocation problems. There are practical illustrations throughout the text and an appendix with several sample agreements.

Attorneys and accountants specializing in taxation will find this book to be of interest.
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Author:Fogg, Stephen L.
Publication:Journal of Accountancy
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Nov 1, 1989
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