The Business of Mining—Family Mining Business Tax Savings
April 2007 by Mark E. BattersbyThere has been much said and written about nepotism, especially in government and business. There is, however, no written rule that would prevent any miner or prospector from hiring a spouse, children or other family members in the prospecting, mining or dredging business. There may even be tax advantages associated with that nepotism.
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