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What To Do When Someone Dies: A Legal, Financial, and Practical Guide

What To Do When Someone Dies: A Legal, Financial, and Practical Guide Lowest used price: $3.47
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Author: Milton Berry Scott
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What To Do When Someone Dies: A Legal, Financial, and Practical Guide was written by Milton Berry Scott, an estate planning attorney since 1972. This book is a clear, concise guide to organizing personal and financial affairs so those responsible will be able to handle all the necessary details following a death with ease. This book will be useful to anyone who is dealing with someone's estate and also to anyone who wants to organize his or her own concerns to assist those who will take care of them.

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Resolving Divorce Issues (Tax Guide, 104)

Resolving Divorce Issues (Tax Guide, 104) Lowest new price: $17.92
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Author: Down East Books

Covers the warning signals and tax misdeeds of spouse in disharmonious marital situations.


IRAs 401 (k)s & Other Retirement Plans : Taking Your Money Out

IRAs 401 (k)s & Other Retirement Plans : Taking Your Money Out Lowest used price: $6.39
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Author: Twila Slesnick PhD
Brand: Brand: Nolo

Find the IRS's new 2001 distribution rules in this edition!

If you are: * approaching retirement... * retiring early... * changing jobs... * looking to borrow money from your retirement plan... * wondering what to do with an inherited plan...

...you need this book! IRAs, 401(k)s & Other Retirement Plans: Taking Your Money Out helps you make sense of the rules that govern distributions from retirement plans—and avoid the stiff penalties that lurk in the fine print.

This one-of-a-kind book discusses the different types of retirement plans -- including 401(k)s and other profit-sharing plans, self-employed plans (Keoghs), IRAs and tax-deferred annuities -- and the taxes and penalties that can deplete your nest egg.

In accessible, plain English, IRAs covers:

* the tax strategies before retirement * the tax strategies at retirement * dividing a plan at divorce * tax penalties for taking your money out early * methods for avoiding tax penalties * distributions you must take during your lifetime * distributions to your heirs after your death * Roth IRAs—eligibility, taxation, rollovers and more

With IRAs, 401(k)s & Other Retirement Plans as your guide, you'll know the rules, avoid the penalties and save for your future like a pro.

IRA's, 401(k)s & Other Retirement Plans, by financial specialists Twila Slesnick and John C. Suttle, is a solid self-help legal look at a critical back-end issue that most of us blissfully ignore until we absolutely must confront it. The authors themselves admit it is not a compelling page-turner, but rather a comprehensive resource that at some point should prove indispensable to everyone with a retirement plan. They describe the various plans available--including Roth IRAs, to which an entire chapter is devoted--focusing on distribution rules, associated taxes, and potential penalties. They offer details on early distributions used to pay higher-education expenses or health-insurance premiums (which are not subject to taxes, under certain explicit conditions), distributions you must take during your lifetime (when they begin, how they're computed, what happens if your beneficiary changes), and distributions made after an account holder dies (largely concentrating on administrative procedures that could help you avoid unnecessary financial loss). Helpful appendices include relevant IRS forms, notices, and schedules as well as life-expectancy tables. --Howard Rothman

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How to Probate an Estate:

How to Probate an Estate: Lowest used price: $4.36
Author: Julia Nissley

Nissley shows readers how to take care of the loose ends that are left when someone dies, and explains how to handle the probate process quickly and without costly legal fees.


U.S. Tax Aspects of Doing Business Abroad/Fsc Repaeal and Extraterritorial Income Exclusion Act of 2000 Coverage Supplement

U.S. Tax Aspects of Doing Business Abroad/Fsc Repaeal and Extraterritorial Income Exclusion Act of 2000 Coverage Supplement Lowest new price: $499.33
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Author: Michael L. Moore
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The Antitrust Laws: A Primer

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Author: John H. Shenefield

This invaluable guide is designed to give an understanding of what the antitrust laws are to everyone who needs it. To corporate counsel, this primer offers useful explanations for developing antitrust compliance programs. To executives, this primer provides vital information on how the antitrust laws will affect the conduct of their businesses. To students interested in the economic and legal framework within which businesses operate, this primer is a practical guide.


Tax Exempt Organizations: Cases and Materials

Tax Exempt Organizations: Cases and Materials Lowest new price: $17.49
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Author: Nicholas P. Cafardi
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This casebook provides a comprehensive examination of the law of tax-exempt organizations. At the outset, the book provides an overview of the subject, including historical background, the underlying rationales and policy considerations of exemptions, and the current tests for qualifying for federal tax exemption. Tax Exempt Organizations covers the five major types of 501(c)(3) organizations: religious organizations and churches, educational organizations, healthcare organizations, arts organizations, and other "charitable" organizations. Additional topics include: charitable contributions, social welfare organizations and their relationship to 501(c)(3)s, trade associations, social clubs, fraternal benefit organizations, unrelated business income tax (UBIT), and private foundations.


Each chapter includes cases, revenue rulings and procedures, law review excerpts, other essays, and specific sections of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC). In addition, many hypotheticals along with notes and comments are included to encourage class discussion and to assist students in developing and improving their legal analysis skills. Tax Exempt Organizations includes as the last chapter, Securing and Maintaining Tax-Exempt Status, a practical discussion of procuring tax-exempt status, including sample tax forms, a discussion of the appeals process, and excerpts from IRC section 501.

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Small Business Taxation: Planning and Practice

Small Business Taxation: Planning and Practice Lowest used price: $9.51
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Author: Gary L. Maydew
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Small Business Taxation (Third Edition) provides updated explanation and analysis of the tax law affecting small businesses. It covers all of the different types of business entities in which small businesses operate. All aspects of small business life cycles are discussed -- from formation and operation through distribution and liquidations.

Six distinct topics are covered:

-- Tax entities
-- Income, deductions, and credits
-- Corporate tax law focusing on penalities and reorganizations
-- Business entity distributions and liquidations
-- Taxation of international transactions
-- Income tax planning and estate planning

Concepts are illustrated with examples, planning tips, and common pitfalls. Official citations to underlying authority are provided throughout to assist users for further tax research and planning.

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The Law of Tax-Exempt Healthcare Organizations

The Law of Tax-Exempt Healthcare Organizations Lowest used price: $2.99
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Author: Thomas K. Hyatt

Approximately seventy percent of all hospitals are tax-exempt, but they are governed by only some of the laws that govern other tax-exempt organizations. This book serves as a comprehensive, one-volume source of detailed information on federal, state, and local laws governing tax-exempt healthcare organizations. It tackles complex legal issues in practical, easy-to-understand language.


State and Local Taxation and Finance in a Nutshell (West Nutshell Series)

State and Local Taxation and Finance in a Nutshell  (West Nutshell Series) Lowest used price: $3.82
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Author: M. David Gelfand

Expert authors summarize state and local government revenue sources from real estate taxes, personal property taxes, income taxes, sales taxes, license fees, and special assessments. Text examines state and local government expenditures, including budgetary requirements, collective bargaining, employee salaries, spending limits, and school finance requirements. State and local government debt financing and capital expenditures are also discussed.

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