Marilyn Calister



  • Thursday, July 3, 2014
    Prior to 1970, executives received wage income similar to other employees of a company.  However, a change in paradigm indicated that aligning top executives’ interests with those of the company and its shareholders could be a more efficient way to retain top talent and increase the profitability of the company. Thus began the era of equity-...
  • Tuesday, December 1, 2009
    The Internal Revenue Code allows for the deduction of some legal fees on Schedules A, C or E, while disallowing others. Still other legal fees are capitalized on Schedule D. The determination of which fees are either deductible or able to be capitalized is determined by the origin of the claim that gives rise to the legal fees at issue. Those legal fees...