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tax

Vox populi Monies paid to a governing body. See Dean's tax, Fat tax, Provider tax, Sin tax.
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Doing so would have created a "24-month rule" under which a taxpayer could, for example, prepay an amount in January 2004 having a benefit lasting until December 2005.
The proposed revenue procedure allows certain taxpayers with annual average gross receipts (over the three prior taxable years) of not more than $10 million to convert to the cash accounting method.
In connection with entering into the VPFs, the taxpayer pledged with the counterparty the maximum number of shares of stock to be delivered on the settlement date, by transferring the stock to a collateral account to be held by a trustee for the counterparty's benefit.
The examination team should also review whether the taxpayer's system accurately records transactions.
Reasonably relied on a qualified tax professional, including one employed by the taxpayer, and the tax professional failed to make, or advise the taxpayer to make, the election.
* Deductible casualty losses; payments received for granting an easement: and residential energy and first-time homebuyer credits may result in taxpayers' reducing the tax basis in their homes.
In order for the receipts from the lease, rental, license, sale, exchange, or other disposition of an item to be considered DPGR, the item itself must qualify as having been manufactured, produced, grown or extracted in whole or significant part by the taxpayer within the United States.
The Office of Taxpayer Burden Reduction is reviewing practitioner requests to consider other ways of handling the recording of stock transactions.
Basis for contention: Form 9423 asks the reason for disagreement with the IRS, and requires the taxpayer to offer solutions to the problem.
Third, the QPP must have been MPGE by the taxpayer "in whole or in significant part" within the United States.
Exchange Last: Here, the EAT buys the replacement property and holds it for a later transfer to the taxpayer. Later, the taxpayer locates a buyer for the relinquished property.
In the announcement the IRS appears to place considerable emphasis on notification by stating that a taxpayer demonstrates its intent to replace by designating the property to the IRS.

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