Guide to Estate, Tax, and Financial Planning with Stock Options

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CCH Incorporated, 2005 - Business & Economics
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CCH's Guidebook to California Taxes is the classic handbook on California taxation. Widely used by practitioners and all those involved in California taxes, this time-saving aid is accepted as the premier source for quick reference to all taxes levied by the state, including personal and corporate income, inheritance and gift, sales and use, and property taxes. The 2006 Guidebook is the 57th Edition, reflecting significant new legislation, regulations, court decisions, and State Board of Equalization decisions through press time in December. It is authored by CCH Tax Law Editors with additional editorial commentary provided by highly-regarded tax practitioners, Bruce Daigh and Matt Stolte of PricewaterhouseCoopers.

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Carol Ann Cantrell graduated from the University of Texas in Austin with a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics and she earnerd her J.D. from the University of Houston Law Center. She can practice law in Texas, the United States Tax Court, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. She began her career in public accounting in 1974 with Ernst & Young and left there after becoming a CPA to form her own accounting firm in 1976. She merged her practice with Briggs & Veselka Co. in 2000 to become the eleventh largest CPA firm in the Houston area. At the firm, she concentrates on financial planning for corporate executives, families, retirees, and the elder population. She specializes in stock options, trusts, partnerships, and estate taxes. She is also a frequent speaker for Texas legal and accounting organizations, national societies, and financial planning groups and she has published numerous articles for journals, conferences and symposiums.

CCH Incorporated has been a leading provider of proven, high-quality business information for accountants, lawyers, government officials, and business professional for five generations. They are the authors of the CCH Business Toolkit series and run the interactive CCH Business Owner's Toolkit web site, www.toolkit.cch.com. They are located in Riverwoods, Illinois.

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