Series: South-Western Federal Taxation: Individual Income Taxes

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West Federal Taxation: Individual Income Taxes 1994 by William H. Hoffman, Jr.1994
West's Federal Taxation, Individual Income Taxes, 1995 Edition by William Hoffman1995
West Federal Taxation: Individual Income Taxes 2004 by William H. Hoffman, Jr.2004
South-Western Federal Taxation 2009: Individual Income Taxes by William H. Hoffman2009
South-Western Federal Taxation 2010: Individual Income Taxes by William Hoffman2010
South-Western Federal Taxation 2011: Individual Income Taxes by William Hoffman2011
South-Western Federal Taxation 2012: Individual Income Taxes by William Hoffman2012
South-Western Federal Taxation 2013: Individual Income Taxes by William Hoffman2013
South-Western Federal Taxation 2014: Individual Income Taxes by William Hoffman2014

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