CCH has added two new treatises on estate planning and research and development tax incentives to its CCH Expert Treatise Library.

The new treatise titles, "Estate Planning by John Price and Samuel Donaldson" and "Federal Research and Development Tax Incentives," are now accessible along with all other CCH Expert Treatise Library titles on the company’s IntelliConnect research service, including links to cited primary source materials and other key documents.

“Estate Planning by John Price and Samuel Donaldson” covers a variety of topics, including professional responsibility and estate planning; basic transfer tax laws and estate planning strategies; concurrent ownership and non-testamentary transfers; wills and related documents; and much more.

“Federal Research and Development Tax Incentives” provides numerous practice aids to help practitioners understand the complex rules. Topics include R&D incentives and their role in the world economy; the deduction for R&D expenditures; the research credit: foundation and eligible expenditures; elements of qualified research excluded activities; the incremental research credit; and computational rules.

Both treatises feature links to statutes and regulations, federal case rulings, relevant federal materials (including the Tax Code), interactive practice aids, expert author commentary and numerous examples. For more information, visit www.CCHGroup.com/Treatise.

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