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Legends of the Fall

Halfway Home

Red Sox Mania: A World (Series) of Worry

Red Sox on the Cusp

How to Pay for College: Tax Savvy Tips for Parents

Last Call for the OVDP Program!

Important Documents to Review Before Diving in to Trump's Tax Plan

Chemistry Lesson: What Our Red Sox REALLY Need is Law and Order and a Good Judge (Not Aaron) in the Clubhouse

The Tall Tax Tale of Why Country Songwriters Get Capital Gain Treatment

The Gift That Keeps on Giving - To the IRS

How a Forfeited Real Estate Deposit Is Treated for Tax Purposes

Darn Those Sox!

Building the New Berlin Wall: Treasury's Anti-Inversion Regulations

Forms Over Substance: IRS Information Reporting Surges

Proposed Massachusetts Tax Changes: I'll Wait to See the Movie

New Court Decision in Israel Will Impose a Significant Tax Burden on International Companies with Israeli Permanent Establishments

Choosing the Right Business Vehicle: An Automotive Analogy

Darn Those Sox: How to Fix the Holes in the Boston Lineup

Divide and Conquer: The Latest Scoop on Code Section 355 Spinoffs

A Clever Disclaimer Strategy for Joint Brokerage Accounts

Investing in a Professional Corporation

Liquidating an S Corporation in Same Year as an Asset Sale

Catcher in the Wry: The Tangled Syntax and Startling Insights of Yogi Berra

Thoughts on How to Buy Out a 50% Interest in an S Corporation

S Corporation - When Should You Keep the S Corporation Alive After an Asset Sale?

Converting an S Corporation into an LLC Tax Free! – The Drop-Down Transaction

The Holy Grail: How to Get Inside Tax Basis When Buying S Stock

Inversion Transactions: We Gotta Get Out of This Place!

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Sullivan's Tax & Sports Update provides timely updates and cutting-edge commentary on all issues affecting U.S. taxation, and, of course, an always humorous take on sports! Edited by Joseph B. Darby III, a partner in Sullivan's Tax Department.

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