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Vox populi Monies paid to a governing body. See Dean's tax, Fat tax, Provider tax, Sin tax.
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It is not intended to speculate about the merits of the recent indictments, nor to suggest that the government is trying to criminalize aggressive tax planning or the defense of such planning.
By issuing an interpretation, the AICPA believed it could provide broader guidance on tax planning, which would include tax shelter transactions.
When issuing an opinion to reflect the results of the tax planning service, a member should do all of the following:
CPAs who are "significantly engaged" in preparation of federal or state personal tax returns, including income, estate and gift tax returns, or who provide personal financial or tax planning are subject to the FTC's privacy regulations.
Certain recordkeeping and filing requirements imposed by temporary regulations issued earlier this year may apply to you and/or your clients as a result of your tax planning activities.
Some shrewd tax planning right now can do at least three things for you: help make sure you don't pay more than required for 1992, improve your cash flow, and ultimately increase your net worth.
While the final rule retains restrictions on providing appraisal and valuation services, the SEC added specific exceptions for valuations conducted as part of tax planning or tax compliance services and for analyses of actuarial considerations in federal income tax planning [rule 2-01(c) (4)(iii)(3) & (iv)(3)].
Just as important as the compliance activities, public companies have fiduciary obligations to their shareholders to pursue legitimate tax planning to minimize tax liabilities.
a life insurance agency headquartered in New York City, specializing in strategic estate tax planning with a market niche in the real estate community.
As a result, state and local taxes constitute an increasingly greater share of a company's cost of doing business, and companies need to review their operations carefully to make certain they have considered all state and local tax planning opportunities available to them.