AMT woes south of the border – what about us?

The Alternative Minimum Tax is getting a lot of coverage in the US since changes made by Reagan in the 80s are causing it to affect 80% of “families with an adjusted gross income of $75,000 to $100,000,” in other words, a lot of frickin’ families. When the tax was first introduced in 1969, it […]

Movie stars and the IRS, Ban Ki Moon, and the Top 100 Places to Work

BeancounterBlog discusses the recent d├ętente between movie stars and the IRS. Seems the IRS feels all those really expensive gifts that celebrities get should be taxable, and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association agrees. Celebs will now be “issued appropriate informational tax forms by the HFPA and will be responsible for satisfying their income tax obligations.” […]