Relief from Double Taxation: The Treatment of Foreign Tax Paid for Individuals at the State Level

Sherman, W. Richard; Brinker Jr., Thomas M.
December 2002
National Public Accountant;Dec/Jan2003, p34
Trade Publication
Discusses the treatment of foreign tax paid for individuals at the state level in the U.S. Occurrence of double taxation; Deductions for foreign taxes; Credit for foreign taxes; Tax exemptions of foreign income. INSET: Foreign Income Taxes: Treatment at State Level.


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