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Is your accountant a Penguin?

If your accountant says you can legally save tax by storing your money in places inhabited only by penguins, seals and seabirds, red alarm bells should be ringing.

5 Keys to Establishing a Profitable Tax Planning Division

Within 12 months, we need to achieve tax planning revenue equivalent to 10% of the practice’s revenue.

5 Keys to Establishing a Profitable Tax Planning Division

5 keys to establishing a profitable tax planning division. Within 12 months, we need to achieve tax planning revenue equivalent to 10% of the practice’s revenue.

Delaware Incorporation Legislation Enacted in 1899

The General Corporation Law (Title 8, Chapter 1 of the Delaware Code) is the statute governing corporate law in the U.S. state of Delaware.

The Glove Tax of 1785

As Britain’s 1784 tax on hats was such a lucrative revenue raiser for the government, they decided to complement it with a glove tax. 

1767 – Townshend Revenue Act

The 1767 Townshend Revenue Act was a British Act enacted to raise revenue in the colonies to pay the salaries of governors and judges.

The Romans Developed the First Trusts (Fideicommissum)

The Romans developed the first trusts (fideicommissum), which were testamentary trusts created by wills. The first living trusts (inter vivos), were developed in England during the 12th-century crusades

The Most Common Illegal Employee Tax Avoidance Strategies

The top 7 illegal tax saving strategies used by Australian Employees.

Tax Planning – Making a Start

There is nothing wrong with being a novice tax planner (it’s actually very exciting taking the challenge and starting the journey to learn something new).

Michale Erat’s Five-Stage Model

In the novice stage, a person follows rules as given, without context, with no sense of responsibility beyond following the rules exactly.
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