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IRS Eyes"Abuses"

Jan 2007 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Any time one deals with a large charitable deduction there is the chance that the IRS will take notice. Then again, in areas such as Napa and Sonoma in northern California, conservation easements have become fairly common. It is worth noting, however, that in remarks delivered to the Spring Public Lands Conference in Washington D.C., last year, Internal Revenue Service commissioner for tax exempt and government entities Steven Miller said his agency is concerned about the misuse of the tax code...
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