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Federal Income Tax Project, subchapter K proposals on the taxation of partners, adopted by the American Law Institute at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 20, 1982. by American Law Institute.

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Published by ALI in Philadelphia, Pa .
Written in English



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  • Partnership -- Taxation -- United States.

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Other titlesALI Federal Income Tax Project, subchapter K.
LC ClassificationsKF6452 .A94 1984
The Physical Object
Paginationxlvi, 592 p. ;
Number of Pages592
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3186473M
ISBN 100831856955
LC Control Number83046174

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