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Intro to Taxation of Art Galleries with Top 13 Audit Pitfalls
Intro to Taxation of Art Galleries with Top 13 Audit Pitfalls

The business of art is fertile grounds for the tax professional. Depending on the unique facts, a piece of art can never sell—or sell for millions of dollars. It can change hands once—or multiple times over. Below is a brief overview of how art galleries do business, ...

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