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State and Local Taxation: The Law and Policy of Multi-Jurisdictional Taxation

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Edition: 1st ed., 2003
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This State and Local Taxation: The Law and Policy of Multi-Jurisdictional Taxation casebook focuses on the tax system of a multi-jurisdictional system from the point of view of a tax or policy planner. By contrast to federal tax, which focuses on understanding statutory language, this book focuses on understanding systems of taxation and the necessary limits that must be imposed on power to tax in a multi-jurisdictional world. Topics include:

Property tax, including its administration, equality and valuation issues;
Federal constitutional limits on the state power to tax;
Jurisdiction to tax sales and income;
State taxation of personal income, including domicile, statutory residence and source of income as bases for taxation, change of domicile, taxation of commuters, and progressive taxation of nonresidents;
State taxes on corporate income and "income stripping," a technique to move income from high to low tax jurisdictions;
State law and federal constitutional restrictions on non-headquarters states taxing income from intangibles such as dividends, interest and capital gains and how the GATT and WTO deal with similar issues.

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Author Schoettle
ISBN 9780820548470
Edition 1st ed., 2003
Publisher LexisNexis/Matthew Bender