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Magazine articles on tax law and tax minimization.
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January 2005
Lora Kolodny
New Laws Take On Delaware Subsidiaries One of the advantages that companies with intellectual property gain by incorporating in Delaware was recently stripped away by New York tax courts. mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
The Motley Fool
December 17, 2004
Roy Lewis
Tax Deductions for Home PCs You can deduct all or part of the costs of your home PC, depending upon its use. But put on your thinking cap before you tackle this gnarly issue. mark for My Articles 301 similar articles
December 27, 2004
Foust et al.
The Cash Heads Home For a one-time tax break, companies could repatriate $300 billion next year. But what will they do with it? mark for My Articles 30 similar articles
The Motley Fool
December 15, 2004
Give Stock, Not Cash Tax advantages can make donating stock instead of cash to charity very worthwhile. Here's how it works, if you're thinking of donating some stock. mark for My Articles 305 similar articles
The Motley Fool
December 14, 2004
Reconciling Capital Gains and Losses Here's how to offset your gains with your losses on your tax return. mark for My Articles 280 similar articles
Financial Advisor
December 2004
Karen DeMasters
Holding The Line The Working Families Tax Act of 2004 does not solve the growing problem of the alternative minimum tax system, but it at least postpones the problem for some taxpayers for another year. mark for My Articles 171 similar articles
Financial Advisor
December 2004
Gail Liberman
The Bloom is Off Low-Income Housing Real estate funds investing in low-income housing and offering investors tax credits aren't what they used to be. In part, that's because the tax credits aren't as generous as they once were. mark for My Articles 109 similar articles
December 2004
Darren Dahl
Fancy-Sounding Tax Hurts S Corps. Millionaires beware! A new type of tax promoted as a levy on movie stars, rappers, and the Thurston Howells of the world is costing thousands of entrepreneurs a pretty penny. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
The Motley Fool
December 10, 2004
Roy Lewis
Charitable Contributions of Stock While donating money to worthy causes is wonderful, especially this time of the year, it can be even more wonderful to donate appreciated stock instead of cash. The tax advantages can be well worth it. Here's how it works. mark for My Articles 821 similar articles
National Real Estate Investor
December 1, 2004
Jim Popp
Don't Let Assessors Box You In Stand-alone retail boxes are among the least complex types of real estate. However, these boxes are often misunderstood and, as a result, overvalued by property tax authorities. mark for My Articles 578 similar articles
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