Tax Shelters and Tax-Free Income for Everyone. by William Drollinger.
Tax Shelters and Tax-Free Income for Everyone. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780914244042.
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Explore these tax shelters that law-abiding citizens can use to pay fewer taxes and save more money. A tax shelter is simply a way to reduce your taxable income, so you pay less tax, no matter how much or how little money you make. Tax shelters have gotten a bad rap.
Vol. 2 is 4th e. by William C. Drollinger and William C. Drollinger, Jr. General Note: Includes indexes. Personal Name: Drollinger, William C. Rubrics: Tax shelters Law and legislation United States. by Charlotte Templin. ISBN: 0700607080 (cloth : alk. paper) Author: Templin, Charlotte.
A tax shelter is a vehicle used by individuals or organizations to minimize or decrease their taxable incomes and .
A tax shelter is a vehicle used by individuals or organizations to minimize or decrease their taxable incomes and, therefore, tax liabilities. Common examples of tax shelter are employer-sponsored 401(k) retirement plans and municipal bonds. A tax shelter is a place to legally store assets so that current or future tax liabilities are minimized.
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Tax shelters are any method of reducing taxable income resulting in a reduction of the payments to tax collecting entities, including state and federal governments. The methodology can vary depending on local and international tax laws. Some tax shelters are questionable or even illegal: Offshore companies. Due to differing tax rates and legislation in each country, tax benefits can be exploited
Corporate tax shelters are usually thought of as impenetrable transactions .
Corporate tax shelters are usually thought of as impenetrable transactions, devoid of economic substance, devised by very smart people to confuse everyone through aggressive gaming of labyrinthine legal and tax rules. Dan Shaviro, a very smart person, has managed to produce a lucid tract on corporate tax shelters that combines economic substance and clear legal principles in a gamely manner. The author repeats the basic definitions of how tax evasion works, and says 'it's naughty'.