Internal Revenue Code

Internal Revenue Code

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This comprehensive and authoritative resource provides full, unabridged text of the complete Internal Revenue Code in two volumes. CCH offers this tax information in a timely and reliable manner that business and tax professionals have come to expect and appreciate. This Summer Edition of Internal Revenue Code reflects all new statuatory tax changes through June 2007. CCH's Internal Revenue Code is presented in a reader-friendly format, with an expanded page size and larger type fonts for enhanced readability. And, it features a two-volume format to allow for a more legible single-column presentation of the Code provisions themselves. Reproduced is the complete Internal Revenue Code dealing with income, estate, gift, employment, and excise taxes, along with all the procedural and administrative provisions. Current text of the statutes are presented, and a history of each tax code section, or subsection if appropriate, is provided in the amendment notes. The amendment notes specifically identify the changes made by prior Acts and serve as a means of reconstructing the former text of a Code section or subsection if reference to prior law is required. The detailed Topical Index located at the end of both volumes reflects all matters covered, so researchers can quickly pinpoint any information needed, and rate tables are also helpfully included. CCH's easy-to-use format featuring larger page size with larger type fonts for enhanced readability and its detailed amendment notes and accuracy have proven beneficial year after year. Serious tax professionals who rely on the Code in the normal course of their work know they can count on CCH's Internal Revenue Code over any other volumes available. The CCH Code is also great tool for students in tax courses who need the latest Code provisions, and it has served for decades as a useful tool for new hires and for firm-wide distribution. This bound set remains very popular as a must-have desktop reference in the new millenium--even for professionals and firms with extensive electronic tax resources who value the print Code as an easy-to-access and easy-to-read complement to their electronic libraries.(U) A facility is described in this subparagraph if it is a football stadium located in Oakland, California, with respect to which a design was ... complex, or is a renovation of an existing stadium located in Oakland, California, and used by an American League baseball team. ... or adjacent to, an existing stadium which has been owned and operated by a State university and if a€” (i) the stadium was the subjectanbsp;...

Title:Internal Revenue Code
Author:CCH Tax Law Editors
Publisher:CCH - 2007-08-01


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