2010's Popular Reading for Estate and Gift Tax Professionals
Bridget J. Crawford
Pace University School of Law
January 24, 2011
Tax Notes, p. 469, 2011
This article briefly reviews the 10 articles related to estate and gift taxation that were most-frequently downloaded from the Social Science Research Network in 2010. They are: (1) Paul L. Caron, Jennifer M. Kowal and Katherine Pratt, "Pursuing a Tax LLM Degree: Why and When?" (2) Paul L. Caron, Jennifer M. Kowal, Katherine Pratt and Theodore P. Seto, "Pursuing a Tax LLM Degree: Where?" (3) Francine J. Lipman and James E. Williamson, "Social Security Benefits Formula 101: A Practical Primer"; (4) Andrew B. Delaney, "Taking a Sack: The NFL and its Undeserved Tax-Exempt Status"; (5) David Joulfaian, "The Federal Estate Tax: History, Law, and Economics"; (6) Ellen P. Aprill, "An Overview of Tax Issues for Synagogues (and Other Religious Congregations)"; (7) Samuel A. Donaldson, "2010 Federal Tax Update"; (8) Michael Hatfield, "The Ethics of Tax Lawyering: An Introduction"; (9) Paul L. Caron, "The Costs of Estate Tax Dithering"; (10) Laura Cunningham, "The FLP, the Transfer Taxes, and the Income Tax".
Number of Pages in PDF File: 4
Keywords: estate, gift, tax, scholarship, research, Caron, Kowal, Pratt, Seto, Lipman, Williamson, Delaney, Joufaia, Aprill, Donaldson, Hatfield, Cunningham, LLM, social security, NFL, history, religious, synagoges, churches, update, lawyering, ethics, limited partnerships, transfer, income
JEL Classification: K34Accepted Paper Series
Date posted: January 27, 2011
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