5 Tax Considerations For Doing Biz In Indian Country

By Ama Sarfo (April 14, 2015, 5:20 PM EDT) -- Doing business in Indian Country can be incredibly lucrative because tribes are largely exempt from federal, state and local taxation, a benefit that can trickle down to private parties. But that tax benefit can easily dissipate if deals aren't carefully structured. Here, attorneys share tax considerations that private parties should make when doing business with Native American entities....

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