Families Find Favor in Dozens of Income Tax Provisions
ARLINGTON, Va., Dec. 15, 2010 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — BNA Tax Management Portfolio, Family and Household Transactions, No. 513, brings together analyses of the income tax provisions that affect transactions that are generated by maintaining a family and operating a household. The Portfolio begins with an explanation of the general limitation on the deduction of personal, living, and family expenses. It describes the scope of that limitation and the consequence of classifying an expense as a personal, living, or family expense.
“The author examines common personal, living, and family expenses and the circumstances under which those expenses can be deductible, or qualify for a credit,” says BNA Tax & Accounting Managing Editor Karen Fickes. “Dozens of other provisions are also examined — including the medical expense deduction, personal and dependency exemptions, child tax credit, household and dependent care credit, and adoption tax benefits are covered in detail, among others.”
Detailed coverage is provided for various types of reimbursements that are excluded from gross income, such as insurance reimbursements for living expenses, as well as numerous governmental aid payments, such as housing assistance, disaster relief, and crime victim programs.
This Portfolio may be cited as Maule, 513 T.M., Family and Household Transactions.
Author James Edward Maule, Esq., is a law professor at Villanova University School of Law in Villanova, Pennsylvania, a former attorney-advisor to Judge Herbert L. Chabot of the United States Tax Court, and former attorney-advisor to the Chief Counsel to the Internal Revenue Service. Maule is a member of numerous associations and the author of numerous books.
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