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Why Should You Estimate Your Taxes?

The correct way important can it be to estimate tax return figures? Well, to begin with, in the event you consider hazards tax impact, you don’t know whether you’ve made the right selection relating to finance on large purchases possibly … Continue reading

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A New Jersey divorce judge has the power to order a party to pay the additional income tax arising out of an early withdrawal from a retirement account. Gabriel-Petschauer v. Petschauer, New Jersey App. Div., September 29, 2011 Read more … Continue reading

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Draft trust taxation bills released

The Assistant Treasurer, the Hon Bill Shorten MP, has released for public consultation two sets of exposure draft legislation: firstly to permit beneficiaries to continue to use the primary production averaging and farm management deposits provisions in a loss year … Continue reading

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Estate Taxation of Reversions

F. Philip Manns, Jr., New Reasons to Remember the Estate Taxation of Reversions, 44 Real Prop. Tr. & Est. L.J. 323 (2009), available at BePress. Michael Yu Professor F. Philip Manns, Jr.'s article, "New Reasons to Remember the Estate Tax … Continue reading

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Undocumented Taxation: More Illegal Immigrants Likely to File Returns

The historic case of James v. United States held that illegal gains constitute income that must be reported, despite any legal obligation which might arise to make restitution. [1] However, a whole different tax question arises for collecting legally earned… … Continue reading

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