A transcript of a lecture by Robert L. Brent, a tax attorney and CPA, presented by the RAND Recreation Committee. Specific advice on procedures to follow in case of an audit, the tax implications of divorce, the statute of limitations, and charitable contributions is followed by suggestions on the types of real estate investments that offer the smaller investor a potential for large-scale tax savings. 27 pp.
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