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The 1993 tax act how the new legislation can pay off for you by Peter M. Berkery

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Published by Irwin Professional Publishing in Burr Ridge, Ill .
Written in English


  • United States.,
  • Taxation -- United States -- Law and legislation.,
  • Internal revenue law -- United States.,
  • Tax planning -- United States.

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The 1993 Tax Bill has passed into law. How do the changes affect you? Do you know how to make the new legislation work to your advantage? The 1993 Tax Act gives you all the information you need to understand the new laws and make them pay off for you. The RIA"s Capitol Hill watchdog Peter Berkery explains each change, compares it to the previous law, and then offers specific advice on spending, saving, and investing under the new legislation. The 1993 Tax Act offers a concise explantion of more than 50 of the most important tax changes, including the Medicare wage base cap, taxation of retirees" benefits, new corporate tax rates, estate and gift tax rates, and others; clear, concrete examples of how the new laws work in typical situations (selling a home, writing off business assets, purchasing a luxury item, paying estate taxes) and 22 Key Tax Savings Tips that should always be kept in mind under any tax law.

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StatementPeter M. Berkery.
The Physical Object
Paginationxxi, 204 p. ;
Number of Pages204
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18010445M
ISBN 100786301325

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