Double taxation of dividends?

McNairn, William
December 2004
California CPA;Dec2004, Vol. 73 Issue 6, p8
Examines assumptions underlying the double taxation of dividends. Separation of corporation and shareholders under the U.S. laws; Declaration of corporations on dividends; Role of tax sites and special corporate allowances in income taxes on the earnings of companies.


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