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Salesman’s Termination Payment Held Not For Goodwill

The Tax Court also denies capital gain treatment but allows business deductions for a taxpayer's subsequent shooting activity. Recently, the Tax Court ruled that an individual who received income as a nominee of a C corporation was not subject to the hobby loss rules of Sec. 183. To read the full article in the Journal of Accountancy, click: Salesman’s Termination Payment Held Not For Goodwill. ...

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Personal Goodwill

The Value of a Business is Not Always What it Seems (Part I of II) Personal goodwill is taxed at the individual capital gains tax rate, not the higher corporate income tax rate. Therefore, a credible personal goodwill calculation can amount to significant tax savings. One that is not adequately defensible invites risk of an audit. Every personal goodwill calculation is unique to each business, and the manag ...

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