Saved before the tax bell tolls

Battersby, Mark E.
March 2007
Proofs;Mar2007, Vol. 90 Issue 2, p51
Trade Publication
The article discusses new tax laws for the dental business in the U.S. The author asserts that the research tax credits for research and development costs are limited to research in the laboratory or experimental purposes. He adds that the new law will deduct tax on donations of property, computer equipment and technology to schools and public libraries.


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