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What Paying Your Taxes With Art Looks Like
"Sculptures by Hepworth and Degas and paintings by Stubbs and Rothko are among 30 treasures worth £49.4m acquired in the past year through the government's acceptance in lieu scheme, which allows those who have a bill for inheritance tax to offset part of those taxes by donating important cultural, scientific or historic objects reallocated to the nation via public museums and galleries." The Guardian (UK) 11/14/13
Posted November 15, 2013 06:34 AM




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