States of confusion

Fraser, Jill Andresky
July 1997
Inc.;Jul97, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p115
Points out the problems that state taxes and state-tax audits pose for business owners. Case study; The three categories that cause a corporate tax liability outside your home state.


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