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Supreme Court may hear retroactive taxation case

If an Illinois company doing business in Washington State has its way, the Supreme Court may be forced to decide at what point retroactive taxation provisions becomes unenforceable. The case at issue involves an Illinois company, Dot Foods, and its business transactions in Washington.

Can you write off a loss on the sale of investment property?

If you are making money off the sale of investment property you will probably owe capital gains. The adjusted basis on the property will be very important – remember to add capital improvements which minimize the amount of gain you realized.

Pairing tax incentives: Sixth Circuit finds for taxpayers

There are two ways to structure a transaction. One carries a lower tax burden. You decide to use that one. The IRS cannot later force you to use the other one. In the recent case, two brothers combined two tax incentives – one common and one obscure – to limit their taxes.

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