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That&s one payoff from our contest. The other: You may learn ways to cut your IRS bill.
Thats one payoff from our contest. The other: You may learn ways to cut your IRS bill.
A year ago, when we published a quiz like this one, the entries revealed our readers tax smarts. So heres your chance to wow us again. Send us your answers to the questions below, and in the spirit of the new year we may send you $2,001.
The prize goes to the entry with the most correct answers. If theres a tie, well draw one winner. That entrants name, and the correct answers, will appear in our March 13 issue.
The questions concern Andrew Royce, 45, a fictitious pediatrician; his nurse practitioner wife, Anna, 43, who works in his solo practice; and their 13-year-old son, Joseph. You dont have to pore over tax books to find the answers. Theyre all right here in this special section.
All entries must be received by Feb. 28, 2001.
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No purchase necessary. All entries must be received by Feb. 28, 2001. Only MDs and DOs based in the US are eligible to win. The entrant with the most correct answers will win. If multiple entries are tied for most correct answers, the winner will be chosen at random from those entries. Participants may submit only one entry each. The prize will be awarded by Medical Economics magazine as independent judges, and the independent judges decisions will be final. Employees of Medical Economics Company and its affiliates, and family members of those employees, are not eligible to win. Odds of winning will be determined by the number of entries received. The prize will be awarded. If it is forfeited, another winner will be chosen. The prize is nontransferable, and no substitutions can be made. Winner will be contacted by mail or phone. For the winners name, please send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to Medical Economics magazine, 5 Paragon Drive, Montvale, NJ 07645-1742, Attn.: Linda DeVenuto. Total value of the prize is $2,001. All entries are the property of Medical Economics magazine, and none will be returned. Not responsible for lost, late, illegible, misdirected, mutilated, incomplete, or postage-due mail entries. Winners will be required to sign an affidavit of eligibility and a liability publicity release upon redemption of prize. Void where prohibited by law. Participants are bound by the Official Rules. Medical Economics is a registered trademark used herein under license.
Doreen Mangan. Show us your tax savvy. You may win $2,001.