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  •  vclib - have you ever contemplated end of year tax (1+ / 0-)
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    management in your own business?

    i have operated small (very small by some standards) for perhaps 50 years, and have always looked at more investments in the business at end of year, especially when had good income year, to hold tax rates at the same as well as at the same time, improved the value/efficiency or other aspects of my enterprise.  perhaps i have been an ignoramus  unaware of some your esoteric accounting/analyst big business.


    •  yes, but vclib's posted over 22K comments. (1+ / 0-)
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      aren't you impressed by that?

      me neither.

    •  OzBill - I have never been an officer, (0+ / 0-)

      director, or significant owner of a Sub S or LLC corporation. All my experience with making investment or expansion decisions within a corporation have come in C corporations, some large, some small.

      I can understand how as a Sub S owner facing a personal tax payment based on corporate net income you might have a different view, particularly if you could purchase something in December that could lower your tax liability. For C corporations a December purchase would not typically impact your tax liability unless there were unusual items that had special tax credits or tax write-offs associated with them.

      "let's talk about that"

      by VClib on Sun Dec 02, 2012 at 07:14:05 PM PST

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