Newspaper Columns

The following FAQ's appeared in the Tax Prophet's bi-monthly column in the San Francisco Examiner newspaper, Sunday edition, Business section (circulation - 900,000) through November 26, 2000.  Currently the column is not running.

2000 Frequently Asked Questions

1999 Frequently Asked Questions



1998 Frequently Asked Questions



1997 Frequently Asked Questions



1996 Frequently Asked Questions



1995 Tax Man Columns

Unwed But Not Unwise
San Francisco Examiner: Business Section, Sunday, February 19, 1995.
Foreign Investors: Plan Carefully
San Francisco Examiner: Business Section, Tuesday, February 21, 1995.
'94 Began New Ways to Pay Taxes on Household Help
San Francisco Examiner: Business Section, Tuesday February 28, 1995.
A Better Deal for Small Firms in California
San Francisco Examiner: Business Section, Tuesday, March 7, 1995.
Planning is key to estate taxes
San Francisco Examiner: Business Section, Tuesday, March 14, 1995.
Strategies to minimize estate taxes
San Francisco Examiner: Business Section, Tuesday, March 21, 1995.
I.R.S. AUDIT? HAVE NO FEAR
San Francisco Examiner: Business Section, Sunday, March 25, 1995.
How to deal with IRS demands
San Francisco Examiner: Business Section, Tuesday, March 28. 1995.
Student Aid and Pensions
San Francisco Examiner: Business Section, Tuesday, April 4, 1995.
Contract with America Tax Proposals
San Francisco Examiner: Business Section, Tuesday, April 11, 1995.



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