For MBA students and graduates embarking on careers in investment banking, corporate finance, strategy consulting, money management, or venture capital
Through integration with traditional MBA topics, Taxes and Business Strategy, Fifth Edition provides a framework for understanding how taxes affect decision-making, asset prices, equilibrium returns, and the financial and operational structure of firms.
Teaching and Learning Experience
This program presents a better teaching and learning experience-for you and your students:
Use a text from an active author team: All 5 authors actively teach the tax and business strategy course and provide students with relevant examples from both classroom and real-world consulting experience.
Teach students the practical uses for business strategy: Students learn important concepts that can be applied to their own lives.
Reinforce learning by using in-depth analysis: Analysis and explanatory material help students understand, think about, and retain information.
Chapter 1 Introduction to Tax Strategy Chapter 2 Tax Law Fundamentals Chapter 3 Returns on Alternative Savings Vehicles Chapter 4 Choosing the Optimal Organizational Form Chapter 5 Implicit Taxes and Clienteles, Arbitrage, Restrictions, and Frictions Chapter 6 Nontax Costs of Tax Planning Chapter 7 The Importance of Marginal Tax Rates and Dynamic Tax Planning Considerations Chapter 8 Compensation Planning Chapter 9 Pension and Retirement Planning Chapter 10 Multinational Tax Planning: Introduction and Investment Decisions Chapter 11 Multinational Tax Planning: Foreign Tax Credit Limitations and Income Shifting Chapter 12 Corporations: Formation, Operation, Capital Structure, and Liquidation Chapter 13 Introduction to Mergers, Acquisitions, and Divestitures Chapter 14 Taxable Acquisitions of Freestanding C Corporations Chapter 15 Taxable Acquisitions of S Corporations Chapter 16 Tax-Free Acquisitions of Freestanding C Corporations Chapter 17 Tax Planning for Divestitures Chapter 18 Estate and Gift Tax Planning