We present a simple rate-reduced neuron model that captures a wide range of complex, biologically plausible, and physiologically relevant spiking behavior. This includes spike-frequency adaptation, postinhibitory rebound, phasic spiking and accommodation, first-spike latency, and inhibition-induced spiking. Furthermore, the model can mimic different neuronal filter properties. It can be used to extend existing neural field models, adding more biological realism and yielding a richer dynamical structure. The model is based on a slight variation of the Rulkov map.