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Be careful when deciding what to pay yourself, because Uncle Sam's watching.
Bush and Gore make very different promises on the subject of tax cuts.
New guides help you keep the tax man away-for good.
New guides help you keep the tax man away--for good.
Granted, federal estate tax laws might change. But don't let that stop you from taking money-saving steps now.
The 1997 Taxpayer Relief Act offered small doses of relief.
Privacy experts reel as the IRS rolls out a pilot program to transmit tax information via e-mail.
. . . bank account? To keep the lifeblood flowing in your financial veins, protect yourself from the local tax bogeyman.
. . . And profits in your hand. A foreign sales corporation could do the trick.
You don't need a rocking chair and a shotgun to keep the IRS off your property--taxwise, anyway.
It's not too late to trim this year's tax bill. And it's definitely not too early to start on 2000's.
Check out the IRS' new options for tax-debt management. You'll drive away happy--and compliant!
Feel defenseless against Uncle Sam? New regulations could make S corps better protection for your assets.
The fact that the Internet is generating huge profits hasn't slipped by the taxman. Find out which rules affect your e-commerce business.
Can giving more to yourself or your employees mean giving less to Uncle Sam?