Federal Income Tax Outline/Supp Rec

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Federal Income Tax Outline/Supp Rec

Postby slyyr » Wed Jan 18, 2017 12:36 am

Anyone have a good federal income tax outline and supplement rec?

Casebook is Federal Income Taxation 6th edition by Graetz

Currently trying to find the motivation to try. If anyone finds that too let me know.


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Re: Federal Income Tax Outline/Supp Rec

Postby LoganCouture » Mon Jan 23, 2017 2:41 pm

The E&E is really good. So is the Chirelstein supplement. Take a look at both and see which you like more. I slightly preferred the E&E.

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Re: Federal Income Tax Outline/Supp Rec

Postby Leprechaun » Sun Feb 26, 2017 3:33 pm

I used the Acing Federal Income Tax book and thought it did a good job for a basic tax class. YMMV but the Acing book taught stuff to me in a common sense, methodical way. Kind of like, if this, then that, otherwise this, etc.

(And generally, I'm not one that uses supplements as I don't put a whole lot of value in learning what some other author writes instead of focusing on what my professor wants me to learn, but the Acing book for me was much clearer than the textbook)

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