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December 18, 1989 | Jonathan Weber, Times reporter
It's no fun to think about income taxes at holiday time. But businesses and individuals alike can often save substantial tax dollars with a little prudent year-end planning. Even though tax returns aren't filed until April, it's the calendar year ending Dec. 31 that counts when it comes to determining actual tax liability. The changes in the tax law this year are relatively minor, but several provisions could make a big difference to some people.
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December 18, 1989 | Jonathan Weber, Times reporter
It's no fun to think about income taxes at holiday time. But businesses and individuals alike can often save substantial tax dollars with a little prudent year-end planning. Even though tax returns aren't filed until April, it's the calendar year ending Dec. 31 that counts when it comes to determining actual tax liability. The changes in the tax law this year are relatively minor, but several provisions could make a big difference to some people.
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February 14, 1999
* James Schutzenhofer has joined BAX Global's U.S. organization in Irvine as a divisional vice president. Schutzenhofer has responsibility for operations, sales and finance in the South Central U.S. division. He was previously vice president of operations at Roadway Global Air, president of Next Day Motor Freight and was with Emery Worldwide for 21 years. * Ronald R. Williamson has been named tax partner of Squar, Milner & Reehl LLP in Newport Beach.
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