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Manager's Guide to International Tax
By: Arthur Cockfield, LL.B., J.S.M., J.S.D., David Kerzner, LL.M. (Tax) NYU, LL.M. (Intl. Legal Studies), Ph.D
ISBN/ISSN/Product Number: 978-0-7798-2292-8
Product Type: Book
Number of Pages: 134 pages
Number of Volumes: 1 volume bound
Binding: softcover
Publication Date: 2009-12-30
Publisher: Carswell
Availability: In Stock


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The main purpose of the Manager's Guide to International Tax is to show business managers, CEOs, and CFOs how tax laws affect global management decision-making. The book also serves as a training manual or reference guide for professionals such as accountants, lawyers, enrolled agents, and other tax advisors who wish to gain insight into the field of international taxation. Part I of the book is a case study called La Brienza Winery: Tax Trouble in Wine Country that illustrates how managers confront international tax challenges in the real world. Part II of the book contains additional materials on the U.S. and Canadian tax rules governing different cross-border planning strategies.
About the Author
Arthur Cockfield is a Professor of Law at Queen's University and Fellow at the Taxation Law and Policy Research Institute, Monash University.
David S. Kerzner, LL.M. (Tax) NYU, LL.M. (International Legal Studies) NYU, Ph.D. (Law) Queen's University is an international tax lawyer who practices in Toronto and New York. He is the Editor-In-Chief and Principal Co-Author of The Tax Advisor's Guide to the Canada-U.S. Tax Treaty, a two volume, 1200 page loose-leaf service (Carswell, 2008). David teaches tax law at the Faculty of Law, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario where he is a sessional lecturer. He is also a Research Fellow in the Department of Business Law and Taxation at the Faculty of Business and Economics at Monash University (Melbourne). He is a member of the New York and Ontario Bars, and the Roll of Solicitors of England and Wales.