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International income tax and estate planning is a practice-oriented treatise containing detailed coverage of United States tax laws and their application to individual and business transactions and events which cross international boundaries. The content includes coverage of income, gift and estate taxation and planning: jurisdiction and conflict of laws, taxation of US persons in foreign jurisdictions, taxation of non-US persons, tax treaties, trusts, partnerships and corporations, dispositions of assets in estate planning, probate and administration.
Author: <1993- > by William H. Newton, III. Database includes most recent edition only.
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Includes bibliographical references.
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Description based on electronic file, viewed April 21, 2020.