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a compulsory financial contribution imposed by a government to raise revenue, levied on the income or property of persons or organizations, on the production costs or sales prices of goods and services, etc.
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In light of the fiscal constraints, Congress is likely to expect the IRS to even more zealously protect our country's revenue base and to deter any threat to that revenue base from aggressive tax planning.
It concluded that identifying these elements would give members practical parameters they could use in fulfilling their ethical responsibilities in tax planning.
It was determined that there was a compelling need for a comprehensive interpretation of a member's responsibilities in connection with tax planning, with the recognition that such guidance would clarify how those standards would apply across the spectrum of tax planning, including those situations involving tax shelters, regardless of how that term is defined.
Described as a "practical journal" offering "coverage of global developments affecting corporate financing and treasury work," Tax Planning International Financing is designed to help readers achieve "the best possible return from your financing and treasury work.
If so, succession planning should take a back seat to income tax and estate tax planning.
Jon Croxford, aged 39, a mountaineering and rock climbing enthusiast, will be joining solicitors Sarah McCafferty and Lisa Homer, both associates experienced in private client tax planning.
He provides clients with business and tax planning, acquisition reviews, sales negotiations, budgeting and forecasting, bank financing and loan structuring, merger and acquisition services, operational reviews, debt restructuring and systems design and analysis.
The two SSTSs that are most typically relevant to tax planning are SSTS No.
Leading tax authorities Andrew Biebl and Robert Ranweiler cover how to effectively and confidently complete tax planning and compliance engagements.
As companies demand more from their tax departments, Fortune 1000 tax departments are diverting more resources toward tax planning and are increasing spending on technology to handle their growing corporate role.
This book offers accountants and tax attorneys a comprehensive source for researching the entire range of AMT tax questions--from understanding AMT adjustments and preferences, to calculating AMT tax credits, to corporate tax planning and compliance under the ACE adjustment.