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I would appreciate some experienced advice on using a coroporation as a holding company for investments. I have really just started to research this concept and, from what I understand, it has very favorable tax implications- mainly from the ability of the corporation to reduce taxible income by expensing certain "personal" items. Any advice and/or book referrals are greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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