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- THE BRITISH INCOME TAX IN RECENT YEARS. Price, W.H. // Quarterly Journal of Economics;Feb06, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p287
Focuses on the income tax in Great Britain as of February 01, 1906. Assessed income from government securities during 1893 to 1904; Average income of government, corporation and public company officials in 1903; Utility of the method of sub-division in administering the tax.
- Am I better off buying bonds via Treasury Direct or a mutual fund? Stephens, Brooke M. // Money;Jun2000, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p30
Provides answers to several questions on personal finance. The best way to buy 10-year Treasury bonds; Rules on residency policy in connection with income taxes; Where to get information on who is eligible to sidestep the ten percent penalty on withdrawing from an annuity.
- How to give to relatives without double tax. Israelov, Rhoda // Indianapolis Business Journal;10/02/2000, Vol. 21 Issue 29, p53A
Responds to letters regarding financial matters in the United States. Usage of maximization on tax-deferred accounts; Income tax exemptions; Difference between EE government bonds and treasury bonds.
- On the nature of deferred income taxes. CHEUNG, JOSEPH K. // Contemporary Accounting Research;Spring1989, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p625
The topic of deferred income taxes has generated considerable controversy. This paper observes that much of this controversy centers on the contingent nature of income taxes. It reviews the similarity between the firm's income tax liabilities and a European call option written on the firm's...
- DASNYto Go Competitive With PITs. Whalen, Robert // Bond Buyer;3/17/2006, Vol. 355 Issue 32341, p1
The article reports on the use of competitive bidding to sell debt backed by New York's personal income tax (PIT) receipts by the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York (DASNY). According to managing director Cheryl Ishmael, DASNY will open the new era when it competitively sells 160.7...
- D.C. Sets $500M of Trans, Delays $650M Income-Tax Bond Deal. Funk, Lynne // Bond Buyer;10/24/2008, Vol. 366 Issue 32989, p5
The article reports on the plan of the District of Columbia finance officials to issue up to $500 million of tax and revenue anticipation notes. However, higher interest rates and an unfriendly municipal market over the past weeks made state Treasurer Lasana Mack to decided to postpone a $650...
- Maryland Takes Top Honors With $400 Million GO Sale. Albano, Christine // Bond Buyer;2/25/2008, Vol. 363 Issue 32822, p6
The article focuses on the move of Maryland to sell general obligation (GO) bonds to finance various state and local construction projects. The Maryland's deal will arrive in the competitive market and will be structured to mature from 2011 to 2023. The proceeds of the deal will be used to...
- ESDC to Sell $310M of PIT Bonds. Phillips, Ted // Bond Buyer;10/17/2007, Vol. 362 Issue 32735, p1
The article reports on the approval of the Empire State Development Corp. to the competitive sale of $309.9 million of tax-exempt personal income tax (PIT) bonds in the U.S. The committee requested the Public Authorities Control Board to approve up to $575 million of PIT bonds expected to sell...
- Northeast Voters Face $1.69 Billion. Funk, Lynne; Kaske, Michelle; Phillips, Ted // Bond Buyer;10/27/2008, Vol. 366 Issue 32990, p1
The article reports that Northeastern State voters are to decide on November 4, 2008 election on whether to approve more than $1.69 billion of debt, including bonds to finance various infrastructure projects. Massachusetts voters will consider on doing away with the state's personal income tax...