2010's Popular Reading for Estate and Gift Tax Professionals
4 Pages Posted: 27 Jan 2011
Date Written: January 24, 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".
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: K34
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