A Kinder, Gentler IRS

Hauenstein, Ron
April 2001
Advisor Today;Apr2001, Vol. 96 Issue 4, p112
Trade Publication
Interviews a representative from the United States Internal Revenue Service about capital gains calculation. Approved methods of calculating capital gains; Clarification about tax cuts.


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