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Subject:Taxes and such From:Robert Maxey <Bob_Maxey -at- MTN -dot- 3COM -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 30 Mar 1999 17:16:48 -0700
>>I do have a lawyer, but I thought I'd get real-life experiences and
>>>from people that have done it...see what's really happening out there. I
>>to go into my lawyer's office armed with everything I can know.
I agree, know as much as possible. One thing you might not be thinking of
is local state laws and your state's tax people. This also needs to be
looked at as well.