Withholding and Deducting--How to Get It Right

Bernstein, Marc
January 2002
Back Stage;1/25/2002, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p17
Trade Publication
Discusses the issue of what is taxable and what is deductible confronting actors and actresses in the United States. Increase in the personal exemption allowance for each person; Clarification about the number of exemption allowances claimed on tax return; Disadvantage of claiming a large number of dependents.


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