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Originally published in Taxation of Exempts - March/April 2013.
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Originally published in ABA Section of Taxation NewsQuarterly in the Summer of 2012.
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This document includes the requirements for the suggested framework which all IVES Participants must adhere to in order to participate using electronic signatures for IRS Forms 4506-T or 4506T-EZ....more
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Almost every email I send out to anyone has this at the end:
Charles (Chuck) Rubin, Esq.
Gutter Chaves Josepher Rubin Forman Fleisher P.A.
Board Certified in Taxation
PRINCIPAL PRACTICE AREAS....more
In Part 5, I focus on the utility of the QSF from an investment funding perspective to illustrate how private placement life insurance can be used in a split dollar life insurance funding format in order to to create a...more
Part I of this series focused on tax reduction and deferral strategies for trial attorneys with contingent fee income using private placement variable deferred annuities in lieu of fixed annuities for structured settlement...more
Part I of this series focused on tax reduction and deferral strategies for trial attorneys with contingent fee income using private placement variable deferred annuities in lieu of fixed annuities for structured...more
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Originally published in ABA Section of Taxation News Quarterly - Summer 2012.
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The reader should get a good flavour of the...more
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