Worst-Case Scenario

By Brian Caswell

    Tax planning always requires one to study the worst-case scenario. If you can accept the worst possible outcome, then the tax plan will succeed. Very often, tax planning includes estate planning, which studies the potential tax impact at death. However, ... [Subscriber-only content]


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Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 83

Issue 83
April/May 2006

Cover Story

Profiles

Walt Wasilewski

My First Job

What a Supermarket Job Really Teaches You

On The Job

"What Will be the Implications of the Merger Between the County?s Tourism Dept. and the Planning and Development Dept.?"

Success Stories

Presentation Concepts Corporation

My Turn

Newspapers: Getting it Wrong in the Internet Era

Newsmakers

Newsmakers

Economic Trends

Local Businesses Partner with OOC

Special Article

Worst-Case Scenario

Last Page

"Dream it, believe it, and achieve it."

Healthcare Briefs