So far, a low-key tax year

July 1997
LAN: Life Association News;Jul97, Vol. 92 Issue 7, p30
Trade Publication
Provides information on laws on taxation of insurance in the United States in 1997. Bill on corporate-owned life insurance (COLI); Effect of proposed bill on the investing and financial planning activities of agents.


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