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Federal Income Tax on Timber: A Key to Your Most Frequently Asked QuestionsAuthor(s): Harry L. Haney; William C. Siegel; Larry M. Bishop
Source: USDA Forest Service, Region 8, TP-034, April 2001
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThis publication examines the most common situations noncorporate taxpayers. face when calculating Federal income tax on their timber holdings. It addresses aspects of each situation using a three-column format. The columns are: Type of Forest Activity, How to Qualify for Best Tax Treatment, and Reporting and Tax Forms. The responses are necessarily brief, and taxpayers should consult the other sources of information listed at the end of this publication for a more comprehensive discussion of these issues.
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CitationHaney, Harry L., Jr.; Siegel, William C.; Bishop, Larry M. 2001. Federal Income Tax on Timber: A Key to Your Most Frequently Asked Questions. USDA Forest Service, Region 8, TP-034, April 2001
- Tax considerations associated with different types of forest ownership
- Figuring the Tax on Timberland Income
- Effects of taxation on the planning and implementation of intensive timber management
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