Taxed to the Max

May 2002
People;5/6/2002, Vol. 57 Issue 17, p102
Profiles Judy Pace of Redwood City, California who lost money be investing in the start-up software company BroadVision. Her purchase of stock while she was an employee; Drop in the stocks price; Amount she is supposed to pay for the alternative minimum tax despite her losses on the stocks; Her plans for the future.


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