2018 Federal Tax Guide

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“The Bloomberg BNA Federal Tax Guide is twice as thick, and 10 times as content rich as other quick reference guides that I have used over the past 40 years of professional accounting and tax practice. Above all, I like the way that the guide has its roots, and cross-referencing, in the comparably authoritative Bloomberg BNA Tax Management Portfoliostm that I have been using since I entered the CPA profession many years ago.- George Prytula, III, CPA, Professional LLP, Heathrow, FL

The Bloomberg BNA 2018 Federal Tax Guide is the essential desk reference for practitioners advising businesses and individuals on federal taxation. This vital resource will empower tax professionals during the preparation of 2017 income tax returns as well as for tax planning purposes.  The Guide is topically organized, providing details on exclusions, deductions, credits, property transactions, tax computation, retirement plans, and transfer taxes.

This exclusive Guide is a true desk reference publication — featuring succinct explanations of the law, quick reference charts and tables, as well as multiple indexes, allowing you to quickly access the tax information you need. With easy-to-understand language, and support from numerous examples and citations to underlying authority, the 2018 Federal Tax Guide is ideal for both novice and expert practitioners. 

Only the 2018 Federal Tax Guide leverages Bloomberg BNA's award-winning Tax Management PortfoliosTM, written by leading experts especially for tax practitioners, and features exclusive material from the Bloomberg BNA Tax and Accounting Center, which provides expert analysis and practice tools from the world's leading tax and accounting authorities.


**Print copies will be available the week of December 5, 2017 and will ship the same week.


Topics covered in the Bloomberg BNA 2018 Federal Tax Guide include:

  • Gross Income and Exclusions from Income
  • Capital Gains and Losses
  • Property Transactions 
  • Deductions
  • Capitalization, Depreciation, and Amortization
  • Natural Resources
  • Losses
  • Credits
  • AMT
  • Net Investment Income Tax
  • Tax Accounting
  • C Corporations
  • S Corporations
  • Partnerships
  • Choice of Entity
  • Employee Benefits
  • Retirement Compensation Arrangements
  • Affordable Care Act
  • Estate and Gift Taxation
  • Income Taxation of Estates and Trusts
  • Tax-Exempt Organizations
  • International Taxation
  • Withholding and Estimated Tax
  • Procedure and Administration