Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 5, 1968 · Page 9
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TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1968 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE The Reluctant Taxpayer By William L. Raby, CPA Inventors get a special capital gains tax break. If they license a manufacturer to use a patent, the royalties received can be only half income if the royalty contract is written to comply with tax law. An author, I can assure you, gets no such break. He must pay ordinary income tax on all the royalties he receives. Many things can be set up so as to produce capital gain when they might otherwise produce ordinary income. Taxpayers and the tax collectors are engaged in a constant battle -the taxpayer trying to find new capital-gain gimmicks and the tax collector trying to nullify them. For instance, owners of small corporations often would like to ·get money out oE the reserve and pay tax on only half of it. .The IRS would like the dis- -tribution to be treated as a dividend, and all of it subject to tax. At one time taxpayers were using a three-layered cake called the "preferred stock bailout." The corporation gave its own preferred stock shares to the stockholders. This was and is tax-free. The stockholders then sold the preferred stock to an insurance company. The corporation then bought the preferred stock back from the insurance company. Sale of the preferred stock by the stockholders to the insurance companies produced capital gain. IRS had the law changed so that such a transaction would produce ordinary income results .to tiie selling stockholders. On the other hand, when new corporations are formed, there is no reason why preferred stock and common stock can't both be issued right at the start. This same type of three-layered cake can then be used later to get · some of the earnings out at capital-gain rates. The problems of capital gains get quite complex and usually require help from a tax lawyer or a CPA. But the savings open t o y o u when substantial amounts achieve capital gain instead of ordinary income treatment, make it worth your while to take the trouble of learning as much about it as possible. Pickuptrtgutration coinmodatiotis uesic. r/« » excbtimeyoit shop at the store can win a fabulous $200. from Levy's' Sfiopeariy for best selection! r »w^TM^»res«5!*5f**W ^·'^fe^^Ba^Siaa U.S. To Move Snow Tainted By H-Bombs WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Pentagon says snow which was contaminated when a B52 bomber carrying four hydrogen bombs crashed will be removed from an area near Thule, Greenland, and shipped to this country for disposal. It's "a matter of good housekeeping," said Air Force Maj. Gen. Richard 0. Hunziker, who is in charge of the operation, Project Crested Ice. The Defense Department, in response to questions by The Associated Press, said that Denmark, which governs Greenland, is cooperating in the project. The radioactive snow at the crash site is on a frozen bay off the Greenland coast where the bomber crashed Jan. 22. The crew survived. The snow will be stored at nearby Thule Air Base in sealed metal containers, and after the bay thaws, will be shipped to this country. By that time, of course, the cargo will be water. The Pentagon says there is no way to estimate the tonnage involved. Officials did not say where the melted snow would be disposed. Symphony Sign-Up Night Stars Pianist Annual renewal night for Tucson Symphony Orchestra season ticket holders will be March 12 and 13 when concertgoers may sign up for the 1968-69 season. The concert will be held at 8:30 p.m. on those dates at Palo Verde High School auditorium, with pianist Philippe Entremont as soloist. · Tickets for the concerts next week at $4 and $3 are available . it trie Tucson Council of the Arts-2720 E. Broadway. ingS for BOYS! | Vqfues *«Men's Furnishings Boys'Reg. $3. No-Iron Sport Shirts New For Spring! 2for $ 5. 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