looking for georgetown tax llm outlines


shoortie
would greatly appreciate it if you can share your outlines with me:

(1) income tax accounting - keyso
(2) transfer pricing- wrappe/maggee
(3) us taxation of foreign person - schmidt, murray
(4) corporate income tax - keyes

my email is shoortie@gmail.com

thanks!
would greatly appreciate it if you can share your outlines with me:

(1) income tax accounting - keyso
(2) transfer pricing- wrappe/maggee
(3) us taxation of foreign person - schmidt, murray
(4) corporate income tax - keyes

my email is shoortie@gmail.com

thanks!
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SteveB
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cw2001
Shoortie-sent my outlines to your email acount. The only outline I don't have is Transfer Pricing. If anyone else is looking for outlines, just send me a pm!

BTW, I don't see anything wrong asking for/sharing outlines.
Shoortie-sent my outlines to your email acount. The only outline I don't have is Transfer Pricing. If anyone else is looking for outlines, just send me a pm!

BTW, I don't see anything wrong asking for/sharing outlines.
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jmromero
I also would greatly appreciate it if you can share your outlines with me for income tax accounting - keyso / Georgetown Law

dcsclassiestguy @ hotmail.com

Thanks in advance,

DCCG
I also would greatly appreciate it if you can share your outlines with me for income tax accounting - keyso / Georgetown Law

dcsclassiestguy @ hotmail.com

Thanks in advance,

DCCG
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Hello, I know this is an older post, but do you think you could please send me outlines for any of these courses?

Corp Tax I
Income Tax Acct
Partnership Tax
Tax Practice & Proc.
Charities

Thanks in advance
rage707 @ aol.com
Hello, I know this is an older post, but do you think you could please send me outlines for any of these courses?

Corp Tax I
Income Tax Acct
Partnership Tax
Tax Practice & Proc.
Charities

Thanks in advance
rage707 @ aol.com
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gtown4
Hi all,

I am looking for an outline for the LLM class, tax treatment of charities with michael sanders....thanks so much!!

if anyone has this, can you please pm me?
Hi all,

I am looking for an outline for the LLM class, tax treatment of charities with michael sanders....thanks so much!!

if anyone has this, can you please pm me?
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kstar3001
I'm also looking for outlines for the following:

Income tax of trust and estates,
tax of property transactions, and
income tax accounting (with Smiley)

Thanks so much!!
I'm also looking for outlines for the following:

Income tax of trust and estates,
tax of property transactions, and
income tax accounting (with Smiley)

Thanks so much!!
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olechka79
Hi, I know it has been a while since these posts, but I am in need of outlines too. I would extremely appreciate Taxation of Property Transactions with Smiley, Corp II, and Taxation of Bankruptcy and Workouts. Thank you so very much!
Hi, I know it has been a while since these posts, but I am in need of outlines too. I would extremely appreciate Taxation of Property Transactions with Smiley, Corp II, and Taxation of Bankruptcy and Workouts. Thank you so very much!

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fdubois
If you would not mind, I am currently creating my outlines and would much appreciate any older georgetown outlines as a reference tool. Exam time panic is starting to set in.

Income Tax Accounting (Smiley) (though any gulc prof will do)
Taxation of Charities (Sanders)

This is greatly appreciated.

Email them to: francis.dubois@gmail.com
If you would not mind, I am currently creating my outlines and would much appreciate any older georgetown outlines as a reference tool. Exam time panic is starting to set in.

Income Tax Accounting (Smiley) (though any gulc prof will do)
Taxation of Charities (Sanders)

This is greatly appreciated.

Email them to: francis.dubois@gmail.com
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tulsi.az
I am a prospective applicant intending to apply to LLM in tax. I have been writing to USD, UF, UC hastings as to whether can I club two or more courses on the corporate laws along with tax subjects. In reply to it, I was told that LLM in tax is generally preferred by and meant for either JD in tax or top level tax attorneys. After receiving this reply. I found my self in a big soup as I do not have a very strong academic background in tax as I did not take a single subject on tax during my law graduation. But due to my work exp. of more than 2 and half years in indirect tax laws, I decided to study LLM in tax. I am an Indian lawyer practicing at the Bombay High Court.

Kindly give me your insights on the said topics as you guys have already a good amount of exposure of how US universities function and what exactly they look forward from an international prospective student while considering their applications. Any info on the topic will do a lot of good for my application process. In case, if I get negative feedback, I need time to change my SOP accordingly. THats why I said that I am in a soup. Please guide and help.
I am a prospective applicant intending to apply to LLM in tax. I have been writing to USD, UF, UC hastings as to whether can I club two or more courses on the corporate laws along with tax subjects. In reply to it, I was told that LLM in tax is generally preferred by and meant for either JD in tax or top level tax attorneys. After receiving this reply. I found my self in a big soup as I do not have a very strong academic background in tax as I did not take a single subject on tax during my law graduation. But due to my work exp. of more than 2 and half years in indirect tax laws, I decided to study LLM in tax. I am an Indian lawyer practicing at the Bombay High Court.

Kindly give me your insights on the said topics as you guys have already a good amount of exposure of how US universities function and what exactly they look forward from an international prospective student while considering their applications. Any info on the topic will do a lot of good for my application process. In case, if I get negative feedback, I need time to change my SOP accordingly. THats why I said that I am in a soup. Please guide and help.

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tilis1011
I know this post is old as well, but I'm also looking for outlines for Corporate Income Tax I with Keyes. If anyone still has theirs, could you e-mail it to me? runninggirl1011@gmail.com.

Thanks so much.
I know this post is old as well, but I'm also looking for outlines for Corporate Income Tax I with Keyes. If anyone still has theirs, could you e-mail it to me? runninggirl1011@gmail.com.

Thanks so much.
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tilis1011
Oh, and also Federal Taxation of Bankruptcy and Workouts. Same e-mail address as above. Thanks.
Oh, and also Federal Taxation of Bankruptcy and Workouts. Same e-mail address as above. Thanks.
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Hello. Does anyone have any of the following outlines for Georgetown's LL.M program:

1. Charities w/ Sanders
2. Income tax of trusts, estates, beneficiaries w/ Hood
3. Estate and gift tax w/ Sega & Beckwith
4. Special topics w/ Smiley
5. Corporate income tax w/ Decker & Zywan

If so, could you please send them to georgetownllm@hotmail.com

Thank you in advance!!!
Hello. Does anyone have any of the following outlines for Georgetown's LL.M program:

1. Charities w/ Sanders
2. Income tax of trusts, estates, beneficiaries w/ Hood
3. Estate and gift tax w/ Sega & Beckwith
4. Special topics w/ Smiley
5. Corporate income tax w/ Decker & Zywan

If so, could you please send them to georgetownllm@hotmail.com

Thank you in advance!!!
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Hi Everyone. Does anyone happen to have any of the following outlines for Georgetown's LL.M in Taxation Program:

1. Income Tax Accounting (Smiley)
2. Introduction to Transfer Pricing (Any - Stark)
3. U.S. Taxation of Foreign Persons in the U.S. (Any)
4. U.S. Taxation of U.S. Persons Outside the U.S. (Any)
5. Tax Practice and Procedure (Admin) (Rizek)
6. Global Indirect Tax: The VAT (Any)
7. Introduction to Employee Benefits

If so, if you wouldn't mind sending them to gtownllm14@gmail.com that would be awesome. My wife told me to say too that she and our 1 year old son also appreciate any help as well.

Thanks for any consideration and I hope everybody has a splendid day.
Hi Everyone. Does anyone happen to have any of the following outlines for Georgetown's LL.M in Taxation Program:

1. Income Tax Accounting (Smiley)
2. Introduction to Transfer Pricing (Any - Stark)
3. U.S. Taxation of Foreign Persons in the U.S. (Any)
4. U.S. Taxation of U.S. Persons Outside the U.S. (Any)
5. Tax Practice and Procedure (Admin) (Rizek)
6. Global Indirect Tax: The VAT (Any)
7. Introduction to Employee Benefits

If so, if you wouldn't mind sending them to gtownllm14@gmail.com that would be awesome. My wife told me to say too that she and our 1 year old son also appreciate any help as well.

Thanks for any consideration and I hope everybody has a splendid day.
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jdoe5881
anyone have answers to prof keyes problem sets??
anyone have answers to prof keyes problem sets??
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msanchez
If anyone has any outlines for GULC Tax LLM, I would also greatly appreciate it :)

msanchez123321@hotmail.com
If anyone has any outlines for GULC Tax LLM, I would also greatly appreciate it :)

msanchez123321@hotmail.com
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jdoe5881
Assumptions: Except as otherwise stated, A starts out with nondepreciable real property
(a capital asset) worth $100 (adjusted basis $40) and ends up with cash of $50
plus a 50 percent interest in X, a newly organized corporation that owns the
property.

In each problem, determine the following:

1. As amount realized;

2. As gain or loss realized;

3. As gain or loss recognized and the character thereof;

4. As basis in the X stock received;

5. As holding period for the X stock received (tacked or not?);

6. Xs basis in the property received;

7. Xs holding period for the property received (tacked or not?); and

8. The amount and character of Xs gain if X immediately sells the property
for $100.

(1) A transfers the property to X in exchange for all of Xs stock. Shortly
thereafter, A sells half of his X stock to B for $50 and either

(a) The stock sale is a separate event from the prior incorporation
transaction; or

(b) the stock sale is an integral part of the incorporation plan.
Assumptions: Except as otherwise stated, A starts out with nondepreciable real property
(a capital asset) worth $100 (adjusted basis $40) and ends up with cash of $50
plus a 50 percent interest in X, a newly organized corporation that owns the
property.

In each problem, determine the following:

1. A’s amount realized;

2. A’s gain or loss realized;

3. A’s gain or loss recognized and the character thereof;

4. A’s basis in the X stock received;

5. A’s holding period for the X stock received (tacked or not?);

6. X’s basis in the property received;

7. X’s holding period for the property received (tacked or not?); and

8. The amount and character of X’s gain if X immediately sells the property
for $100.

(1) A transfers the property to X in exchange for all of X’s stock. Shortly
thereafter, A sells half of his X stock to B for $50 and either

(a) The stock sale is a “separate” event from the prior incorporation
transaction; or

(b) the stock sale is an integral part of the incorporation plan.
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CSJTax
Obviously, the best way to do well in these classes is to go to every class and prepare your own outlines. But I don't mean to judge--even with that, an outline from someone else helps to validate the work you've done. Especially with such specialized classes as Taxation of Property Transactions and GULC's Income Tax Accounting.

What I can offer are some amazing books that explain everything in those classes very well--an outline can be created directly from these books. Start with the Table of Contents and fill in from there. It is perfect preparation for those and other GULC Tax LLM courses. They are written specifically for Tax LLM students! Here are some of the books:

Federal Taxation of Property Transactions (2012): http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/159345886X/lawbuys

Federal Tax Accounting (2011): http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1422480321/lawbuys

Partnership Taxation (2012):
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0769849032/lawbuys

Good Luck.
Obviously, the best way to do well in these classes is to go to every class and prepare your own outlines. But I don't mean to judge--even with that, an outline from someone else helps to validate the work you've done. Especially with such specialized classes as Taxation of Property Transactions and GULC's Income Tax Accounting.

What I can offer are some amazing books that explain everything in those classes very well--an outline can be created directly from these books. Start with the Table of Contents and fill in from there. It is perfect preparation for those and other GULC Tax LLM courses. They are written specifically for Tax LLM students! Here are some of the books:

Federal Taxation of Property Transactions (2012): http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/159345886X/lawbuys

Federal Tax Accounting (2011): http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1422480321/lawbuys

Partnership Taxation (2012):
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0769849032/lawbuys

Good Luck.
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taxdude201...
Again, I know this post is old. But does anyone have outlines for the following classes:

1) U.S. Taxation of Domestic Persons
2) U.S. Taxation of Foreign Persons
3) Transfer Pricing
4) Partnerships
5) Tax Practice and Procedure (Admin)

If so, could you please e-mail them to me at taxdude2016@gmail.com. I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks in advance!
Again, I know this post is old. But does anyone have outlines for the following classes:

1) U.S. Taxation of Domestic Persons
2) U.S. Taxation of Foreign Persons
3) Transfer Pricing
4) Partnerships
5) Tax Practice and Procedure (Admin)

If so, could you please e-mail them to me at taxdude2016@gmail.com. I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks in advance!
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Hey Tax Dude! Am also looking for an outline for U.S. Taxation of Foreign Persons and Corporate Tax I (Decker & Zywan) Thanks for sharing with me at adgreene@comcast.net if you get a response.
Hey Tax Dude! Am also looking for an outline for U.S. Taxation of Foreign Persons and Corporate Tax I (Decker & Zywan) Thanks for sharing with me at adgreene@comcast.net if you get a response.
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