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B651 Federal Gift and Estate Tax

Description Federal taxation of wealth transfers during life (gift tax) and at death (estate tax). Property and interests subject to tax, valuation issues, deductions, credits, and exclusions. Return and administrative requirements; ethical issues in tax practice; issues related to potential 2013 tax changes. A problem-method course with primary emphasis on the Internal Revenue Code and Regulations. Wills and Trusts is a prerequisite and Income Tax is a corequisite.

Faculty M. Shreve

SemesterTitleFaculty
Spring 2012 - 2013Federal Gift and Estate TaxShreve, M.
Spring 2010 - 2011Federal Gift and Estate TaxShreve, M.