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Magazine articles on tax law and tax minimization.
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Financial Planning
February 1, 2005
Grace W. Weinstein
Into the Maw Life insurance payouts usually aren't subject to taxes-unless your client makes one of these mistakes. mark for My Articles 387 similar articles
February 2005
The Taxman Cometh Nobody enjoys forking over hard-earned wages to the government. But if you're going to do it anyway, you might as well earn some frequent flyer miles while you're at it. Use your credit card. mark for My Articles 895 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
January 31, 2005
Jim Heskett
Summing Up: Public Pension Reform: Does Mexico Have the Answer? Responses concerning reform of the U.S. social security system ranged from those suggesting that the reform should be labeled a tax and approached head-on, to those proposing that it be regarded as an investment program. mark for My Articles 444 similar articles
February 7, 2005
Ellen Hoffman
Annuities: Don't Believe The Hype Many of the tax benefits of variable annuities no longer exist, but the hard sell continues mark for My Articles 638 similar articles
The Motley Fool
January 28, 2005
Roy Lewis
What Can a Roth IRA Do for You? This tax-favored savings account offers several advantages over traditional IRAs. mark for My Articles 889 similar articles
February 2005
Scott Bernard Nelson
Wheel Charity If you want to help a cause and help your tax return at the same time, you'll have to do a little extra homework starting this year. Fair market value is out, while the actual sale price is in for setting car-donation write-offs. mark for My Articles 394 similar articles
The Motley Fool
January 21, 2005
Roy Lewis
Keep an Eye on Your Taxes Here are a few short items of general interest to many taxpayers. mark for My Articles 712 similar articles
The Motley Fool
January 19, 2005
Chris Mallon
Bring Home the Billions A one-time corporate tax break could mean money in the bank for big multinationals. Investors ought to be cautious about buying companies based on strong 2005 earnings, and hopefully companies will clearly separate the "real" from the "one-time" in their reporting. mark for My Articles 205 similar articles
The Motley Fool
January 14, 2005
Roy Lewis
The Truth About Tax Deductions Much ado has been made about the new sales tax deduction. Much of the information disseminated has been false or misleading. Let's take a few minutes to review this new deduction in order to separate fact from fiction. mark for My Articles 404 similar articles
The Motley Fool
January 11, 2005
Dayana Yochim
Get Trustworthy Tax Help What to do when that 1040 EZ form turns out to be anything but "EZ." mark for My Articles 193 similar articles
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