MEDIA ADVISORY: Thomson Reuters Experts Discuss Year-End Tax-Planning for U.S. Individuals, Small Businesses, and Corporations
NEW YORK, Oct. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Thomson Reuters expert tax analysts have compiled year-end tax tips for individuals, small businesses, corporations, and their tax advisors.
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- Year-End Tax Planning Ideas for Individual Taxpayers, Tax Planners, and Tax Preparers
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- Tips to Save on the New Net Investment Income Tax
- 2013 Small Business Tax Saving Ideas - Including a $475,000 Deduction That May Go Away Next Year
- Five Year-End Tax Tips for Corporations
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