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Archive for January 11th, 2004

Posted by taxguru on January 11, 2004

Health Savings Accounts – More changes to an under-used tax deduction. I’m not a big fan of these kinds of plans because I find it a lot easier and more effective to use C corporations to cover all medical costs.

Who Says Eliot Spitzer Is a Hero? – I’ve had similar thoughts as Neil Cavuto has about the power-mad crusade Spitzer is undertaking in the name of saving investors from unscrupulous fund managers. Breaking the law or violating written contracts is a valid area of concern for him; but telling private businesses how much they can charge is overstepping his authority.

Wal-Mart Settles Insurance Policies Suit – Imagine that. Some people aren’t happy about Wal-Mart making money from dead former employees.

All Tax Talk, No Action? – Luckily, tax lawn are written by the Congress. So, even if George Bush were to follow in his father’s footsteps as a one term president, the GOP controlled House & Senate would hopefully not go along with the DemonRats’ plan to repeal Bush’s tax cuts and soak the “rich” (anyone earning over $25,000 per year).

The Clark tax-increase scheme

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