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How to Reduce the Tax You Pay, Planning After Tax Reform.

HOW TO REDUCE THE TAX YOU PAY, PLANNING AFTER TAX REFORM

In this best-selling guide by the tax experts at Deloitte, Haskins & Sells, the new rules (revised to include 1989 budget and pension reform information) are explained, with up-to-date information on how your tax situation will be affected. The book sets out sound planning principles that can help you:

* reduce or defer income tax

* increase your deductions

* avoid tax traps

Practical approaches to investment, saving for retirement, and estate planning are covered. Tax laws affecting owner-managed companies and the use of vehicles for business are also discussed in this year-round guide to tax planning.
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Date:Dec 22, 1989
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