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Like-Kind Exchanges and the § 704(c) Anti-Mixing Bowl Rules

Bradley T. Borden (Brooklyn) & Douglas L. Longhofer (Martin, Pringle, Wichita, KS) have published The Effect of Like-Kind Property on the Section 704(c) Anti-Mixing Bowl Rules, 27 Tax Mgmt. Real Est. J. 131 (Mar. 2011). Here is the abstract: Section 704(c)(2) provides an exception to the § 704(c)(1)(B) anti-mixing bowl...
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Borden: The Overlap of Tax and Financial Aspects of Real Estate Ventures

Business & Finance / Taxes : TaxProf Blog (2 years ago)

Bradley T. Borden (Brooklyn), The Overlap of Tax and Financial Aspects of Real Estate Ventures, 39 J. Real Est. Tax'n 67 (2012): This article examines the effect partnership tax law has on financial aspects of real estate ventures. ... Read Post

Wall Street Rule...Has Someone Noticed the IRS isn’t Enforcing Tax Laws in the Mortgage-Industrial Complex?

Business & Finance : Angry Bear (2 years ago)

Yves Smith continues her look at the Wall Street Rule: Reader Deontos highlighted a post on Reuters by two Brooklyn Law School professors, Bradley Borden and David Reiss, on a subject near and dear to our hearts, the abject failure ... Read Post

The Tax Lawyer Publishes New Issue

Business & Finance / Taxes : TaxProf Blog (3 years ago)

The Tax Lawyer has published Vol. 64, No. 2 (Winter 2011): Bradley T. Borden (Brooklyn) & Douglas L. Longhofer (Martin Pringle, Wichita, KS), The Liability-Offset Theory of Peracchi, 64 Tax Law. 237 (2011) Douglas A. Kahn (Michigan)... Read Post


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