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State income tax implications for nonindustrial private foresty in the united states
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Income taxes are an important consideration in timber investment decisions of nonindustrial private landowners. This paper addresses the impact of state income taxes on the financial returns associated with practicing forestry, a subject largely ignored until now. The 43 existing state income tax systems are examined, including their interaction with the federal income tax. Provisions directly applicable to forestry are emphasized. The paper concludes with a detailed analysis of the combined effects offederal and state income taxes on typical nonindustrial private forestry investments. The analysis indicates that, although the impacts of state income taxes on such investments vary widely among states, most are significant.
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George T. McGee Harry L. Haney, Jr. William C. Siegel
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05 Jul 2011