The best corporations for African Americans
A list of 25 corporations that are receptive to minorities and considered good places for African Americans to work is provided. Brief information on the listed corporations is given, such as what they produce, entry level positions, and benefits. A few of the companies are Johnson & Johnson, Kimberly-Clark Corporation, and McGraw Hill, Inc.
Publication Name: Business and Society Review
Tax Planning: Distributions of Appreciated Property to Shareholders
When a corporation distributes property to its shareholders, some or all of its prior deductions regarding that property may be taken back into income. This occurs under the tax benefit rule. The tax benefit rule applies to dividends, redemptions, and partial or total liquidations.
Publication Name: Corporation Law Review
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