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Small Business: Albert Crenshaw Editor's Note:
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Past Columns
GAO Finds Little Help To Understand Rules: Agencies Flout the Law, Report Says (Post, Jan. 28, 2002)

New Number, Fewer Answers at IRS (Post, Jan. 14, 2002)

Payroll Taxes Are Extended To Cover Certain Options: IRS to Levy Fees on Grants Previously Thought to Be Exempt (Post, Dec. 31, 2001)

IRS Lets Some Larger Businesses Switch to Cash Accounting (Post, Dec. 17, 2001)

A Longtime Friendship Is on 'Hold' Over Bill: GOP Senators Divided on Recovery Relief (Post, Dec. 3, 2001)

Payroll Tax Arguments The IRS Won't Buy: Rulings Shoot Down Subchapter S Twist (Post, Nov. 19, 2001)

Rules, Rules. And Big Business Thought It Had It Bad (Post, Nov. 5, 2001)

An SBA Advantage On Arlington's Border: County's Neighbors Eligible for Disaster Aid (Post, Oct. 8, 2001)

Firms Closed by Attacks Seek Uncharted Coverage (Post, Sept. 24, 2001)

Low Default Rate on Loans Puts Money in Bank for U.S. (Post, Sept. 10, 2001)

Medical Savings Accounts: An Answer to Health Costs?: Forms of Defined Contribution Plans Getting a New Look (Post, Aug. 27, 2001)

Firms Seek Fairness On Competitive Bids (Post, Aug. 13, 2001)

Bush Tax Cuts Not Targeting Small Business (Post, July 30, 2001)

IRS to Take a Closer Look At the Jobs of Consultants: Same People Are Working, But Companies Avoid Tax (Post, July 2, 2001)

Retirement Plans Get More Attractive: New Tax Law Raises Maximum Amount of Contributions, Deductions (Post, June 18, 2001)

Change in Management On Senate Committee (Post, June 4, 2001)

Risk-Based Pricing Has High Credit Cost (Post, May 21, 2001)

Business Advocates Criticize SBA Cuts (Post, May 7, 2001)

Service Providers Who Invest In Client Firms Lose Tax Ruling (Post, April 23, 2001)

Lawmakers Hear Outline Of Desired Tax Changes (Post, April 9, 2001)

Risky Business in Bankruptcy Bill (Post, March 26, 2001)

Fax Attack Helped Kill Ergonomics Regulations (Post, March 12, 2001)



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