Professor Maine publishes third study-aid book for tax students

Problems and Solutions for Federal Income TaxationProfessor Maine, author of Federal Income Tax Logic Maps (West) and A Student’s Guide to the Internal Revenue Code (LexisNexis), has published a third study-aid book on taxation: Problems and Solutions for Federal Income Taxation (Carolina Academic Press).

The book, which was co-authored by Professor John A. Miller of the University of Idaho College of Law, contains more than 400 examples to aid students in assessing and refining their knowledge of the federal income tax and its application to typical fact patterns. Material covered in the book includes the basic treatments of individual income tax principles, intellectual property taxation, business entity taxation, deferred compensation, international taxation, federal estate and gift taxation, and tax procedure.

Professor Maine is an expert on tax law who has authored or co-authored seven books and more than a dozen articles in the field. He has more than 21 years of experience in teaching, including positions at Stetson University College of Law, University of Idaho College of Law, Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, the John Marshall Law School, and the University of New Hampshire School of Law.