2007 Multistate Corporate Tax Guide: Mid-year Edition

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Cch Incorporated, Jul 1, 2007 - Business & Economics - 386 pages
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Multistate Guide to Estate Planning gives the estate planning professional instant access to the estate planning laws of all 50 states and the District of Columbia. In one comprehensive source, the Guide provides state-by-state guidance on how to minimize state taxes to preserve the multistate estate, achieve the desired disposition of property regardless of jurisdiction, resolve commonly encountered state law problems in estate practice, and assure asset protection. The easy-to-use format enables the estate planning professional to readily locate information concerning one states treatment of a particular issue (or compare the treatment required by several states) all on the same table. Each table is broken into detailed, separate analyses, which consist of a series of detailed questions. The tables are designed for state-by-state comparisons. All information in the new and updated charts generally reflects state laws in effect on March 1, 2006.

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John C. Healy, MST, CPA, is the Managing Director of the Deloitte Multistate Tax Center and a senior lecturer in the Graduate Tax Program at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and is co-editor of CCH's Multistate Corporate Tax Guide. Mr. Healy has more than 30 years of state and local tax experience and has held SALT management positions at Miller Brewing Company and General Electric Medical Systems. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Marquette University and a Master of Science degree in taxation from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He is also a Certified Public Accountant. Mr. Healy has published numerous articles in professional tax journals and is a past recipient of IPT's Literary Award. He is also the author of Surviiving the Sales Tax Audit in CCH's Solutions for State and Local Taxation.

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