Finance, Taxes, Insurance
Issues regarding financing of aircraft; aviation insurance; tax issues for aircraft operators; new companies and people in the aviation financing and insurance industries.
Want to know what your aviation state taxes are being used for, how to apply for refunds and other tax details? Then you might want to check out the 2004 S
A tax seminar specifically geared toward Part 135 air-charter operators will be held on May 17 in Las Vegas in conjunction with the National Air Transporta
California has amended its aircraft sales and use tax law, essentially closing a loophole that allowed buyers of aircraft and other big-ticket items to esc
The Inspector General of the DOT says that as long as Congress continues to mandate funding the FAA out of general tax funds, aviation taxes can fully pay
With so many choices available to companies and individuals contemplating alternatives to airline travel, what’s a business owner or prospective flight dep
The FAA’s budgetary woes are but one symptom of the U.S.
Although an article in <em>The Washington Post</em> last month implied that the Internal Revenue Service now sanctions the extensive personal use of compan
Jet Aviation, the aviation services company founded in Switzerland in 1967, was recently singled out for a prestigious safety award by its insurer, AIG Avi
Business aircraft and large charter operators may start seeing reduced insurance premium rates within the next few months, if they haven’t already.
The Internal Revenue Service recently published Revenue Procedure 2003-85, which provides inflation-adjusted items for 2004.