Planning considerations for special tax incentives

August 1993
Ohio CPA Journal;Aug93, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p14
Trade Publication
Discusses planning considerations for special tax incentives under SFAS No. 106. Section 179 expensing; Extension of research and targeted jobs credit and educational benefits; Capital gains exclusion for small businesses; Application of earned income credit for low-income taxpayers; Advice for high-income taxpayers.


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