Jack Hampton, Jr., or "Little Jack" as his mother called him, was your typical big, stocky Midwestern 9-year-old boy from Strongsville, Ohio. However, when it came to sports, Little Jack was anything but typical. Where most boys played a sport or two, Little Jack played a lot of sports. Not because Little Jack wanted to play a lot of sports, but because his dad, Jack Hampton, Sr., insisted that Little Jack play all sports. When Little Jack was not playing hockey, football, baseball, basketball, lacrosse, golf, or even bowling, his dad, "Big Jack," insisted that Little Jack watch films of his opponents in order to learn about their strengths and weaknesses. Although Little Jack enjoyed sports, he developed a passion for designing sports stadiums and arenas. Join "Little Jack" Hampton on his sports-filled journey and see why he became "A Jack of All Trades."Sports Doc BooksT take young readers on journeys into the world of sports and real-life dilemmas, dilemmas they often face in school, family, community, and peer relationships. Children ages 7 and up will enjoy reading these sports-oriented stories and learning how they can handle their own problems. Parents will enjoy discussing these books with their children.Greg Hickman, writer of Sports Doc BooksT, received his doctorate degree at Ohio State University in Human Development Family Science. Sports Doc BooksT combines the authors expertise in child development and his experiences in sports.
The taxation of partnerships' income in an international context greatly influences partnerships as to their choice of legal entity. This book analyzes some of the main issues in the taxation of international partnerships. The analysis is structured within the framework of the tax laws of the United States, Germany and The Netherlands.
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