Dollars & sense

July 1999
Overdrive;Jul99, Vol. 39 Issue 7, p23
Trade Publication
Provides information on the effect of hiring own children in trucking business on income taxes in the United States. Criteria for exemption in paying payroll taxes; Importance in keeping a record on work and payment of own children; Advice on payment rate; Values gain by children in working; Computation on tax savings gain by hiring own children.


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