Investment Taxation: Practical Tax Strategies for Financial Instruments

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2003 - Business & Economics - 451 pages
This work is designed to help financial professionals deal with the many important issues associated with taxation. It includes an analysis of the 2001 tax act, and covers tax-free vs tax-deferred investments, taxation of dividends, and tax consequences for sellers of stripped bonds.

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Contents

Tax Considerations and Concepts Generally Applicable
11
Dividend Taxation
159
Taxation of Redemptions
176
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Arlene Hibschweiler. JD, MBA, is a business lecturer at State University of New York at Buffalo (SUNYAB) and has taught and practiced business law for nearly twenty years. Her work has appeared in a number of professional publications, including Journal of Accountancy, -Taxation for Accountants, Personal Financial Planning, and The CPA Journal.

Marion Kopin, CPA, MBA, MS Taxation, is a partner at Bechtel, Kopin & Co., where she provides tax planning and preparation advice for individuals and entities. She has more than two decades of experience and is a frequent contributor to professional publications including Journal of Accountancy, Practical Tax Strategies, and Taxation for Accountants.

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