The small business tax advisor: understanding the new tax law

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Liberty House, Jan 1, 1987 - Law - 162 pages
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Discusses the implications of the new tax laws for small businesses, and covers tax rates, dividends, amortization, business credits, employee benefits, trusts, partnerships, capital gains, and tax regulations

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Roberson, a tax specialist at the California State University (Fresno), examines the changes and implications of the new tax law for individuals and small businesses in two similarly formatted books ... Read full review

Contents

Accounting Provisions
12
The Corporate Entity
18
Personal Holding Company
24
Copyright

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About the author (1987)

Cliff Roberson has published, authored, and co-authored 40 books. His personal experiences include service in the United States Marine Corps (Infantry Officer and judge advocate), membership in Texas and California Bar Associations, admission to practice before U.S. Supreme Court and state courts in California and Texas, chairmanship of numerous panels on criminological theory and criminal law at ACJS.

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