These Christmas Wishes Really Should Be Granted

Roth III, William F.
December 2005
Grand Rapids Business Journal;12/19/2005, Vol. 23 Issue 52, p18
The article presents the author's tax wishes in the U.S. for Christmas 2005. The wishes include getting rid of the alternative minimum tax for individuals, reform of the Foreign Tax Credit and the Subpart F rules that allow for the potential taxation of low-taxed income overseas and extending the tax rate on dividends and capital gains.


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