Thursday, April 29, 2004
Friday, April 30, 2004
Even Sen. Kerry's hometown newspaper is questioning his 175k capital gain from the sale of his 1/4 interest in a famous Dutch masterpiece, Adam Willaerts's "The Arrival of Frederick and Elizabeth, Prince and Princess of the Palatinate, at Flushing, 29th April 1613." The Boston Globe asks, "Is selling 17th-century artwork for profit perhaps too . . . aristocratic for the friend-of-the-people image our junior senator would like to project?" For an in-depth analysis of the tax issues raised by the Boston Globe story, see here. For prior TaxProf Blog coverage of Sen. Kerry's tax return, see here, here, here, here. here, here, and here.