ACCOUNTANTS AND THE ATTORNEY-CLIENT PRIVILEGE - Despite the absence of protection under federal or common law, accountant cornmunications and work product might be protected from disclosure if they fall within the attorney-client privilege.
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Journal of accountancy : publication of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. - Jersey City, NJ : Inst., ISSN 0021-8448, ZDB-ID 2193590. - Vol. 183.1997, 4, p. 53-56
Features - The CPA Journal Millennium Series - Maximizing the Front-loading of Alimony Payments - Special rules apply to accelerated payments of alimony or separate maintenance that may result in their unintended recapture under IRC section 71(f). The authors provide an algorithm and spreadsheet for maximizing the front-loading without triggering recapture.
Bird, Bruce M., (2001)
The CPA Journal Millennium Series - The New Economics of Exempt Organizations - The number of organizations exempt from federal income taxation has grown significantly in recent years. Managers looking for revenue have moved beyond donations, tapping new resources such as sponsorships and affinity programs that may constitute unrelated business taxable income.
Bird, Bruce M., (2000)
Segal, Mark A., (1994)
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