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Magazine articles on tax law and tax minimization.
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National Real Estate Investor
May 1, 2006
Kenneth J. Rogers
New Rules on Intangibles Unlike tangible assets, intangible assets are generally not taxed in most states. However, to the extent that these intangibles are reflected in the sale price of real estate transactions, assessors are inadvertently including them when reassessing property based on the reported sale price. mark for My Articles 413 similar articles
The Motley Fool
May 5, 2006
Roy Lewis
Putting the Brakes on Tax Breaks A lot of tax provisions are hitting their expiration dates. How will the changes affect you? mark for My Articles 300 similar articles
Investment Advisor
May 2006
James J. Green
Tax Advisor: Quite a Gift Lenox Advisors partner Tom Henske gives clients a precious commodity: time. In this interview, Henske discusses taxes, high-net-worth clients and his firm's approach to tax planning. mark for My Articles 419 similar articles
May 8, 2006
Anne Tergesen
The Case For Prepaying Tuition A recent Internal Revenue Service ruling lends support to individuals who'd like to transfer even more tax-free by prepaying years' worth of tuition. mark for My Articles 128 similar articles
May 2006
Jennifer Pellet
New Set of Rules The IRS is helping and hindering small businesses with two new initiatives. mark for My Articles 520 similar articles
May 2006
C.J. Prince
Death and Taxes Passing some of your business to your heirs now can help ensure they won't need to sell it later to pay Uncle Sam. mark for My Articles 182 similar articles
April 12, 2006
Nicholas Carlson
The DoJ in Search of PayPal Names The Justice Department wants PayPal to hand over customer data to further an on-going investigation of tax evaders. mark for My Articles 325 similar articles
Registered Rep.
April 1, 2006
Kevin McKinley
On Golden Pond--Literally Buying life insurance while establishing a qualified personal residence trust is an especially shrewd move for benevolent owners of second homes. Since the trust will theoretically eliminate estate taxes on the property, the clients can get by with a smaller death benefit -- and lower premiums. mark for My Articles 392 similar articles
April 1, 2006
Ronald Fink
Overexposed With questions being raised on prepaid variable forwards, many executives may be scrambling for an alternative way to diversify -- and defer taxes. So what should executives with large concentrations of one stock do to diversify and avoid, or at least defer, taxes? mark for My Articles 130 similar articles
April 1, 2006
Marshall Lager
Taxing Your Patience Customer relationship (mis)management meets the IRS. mark for My Articles 177 similar articles
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