Your Client's 1040--Part 2

Haas, Donald Ray
January 2003
Advisor Today;Jan2003, Vol. 98 Issue 1, p20
Trade Publication
Part II. Identifies behavioral clues in the multiple schedules of 1040 income tax returns in the U.S. Line providing clues about the charitable bent of the client; Page offering a list of legitimate deductible items; Details on long-term capital gains and losses.


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