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Deductible Expense

As per usual I'm swimming in areas where the tax code is seemingly at odds. The latest matter across my desk regards meals and entertainment (M&E) expense. These are the two questions at hand: Specifically at what point does a meeting expense incurred under IRC section 162...

Back in June 2014 I blogged about the new IRS Regulations governing tangible personal property. These regulations prompted a vigorous debate over the last 7 months between the most astute students of the US Tax Code as to what constitutes the need to file IRS...

Regardless of their nature or topic matter, off beat questions are one of the spices of life. When it comes to the realm of taxation generally speaking the answers frequently distill down to - it depends. These two questions were asked of me on my last...

Schumann v. IRS: Reg. 1.469-2(f)(6) - The Nuanced Relationship Between Passive Losses & Self Rental Gains. Back to my friends that I previously wrote about who misunderstood passive activity and material participation. They are a married couple filing jointly and own a very successful business together structured...

As I have been helping my Mom transition into life as a widow many interesting facts have begun to resonate. Particularly intriguing for me today under Regs. §1.2-2(b)(4) parent(s) can be claimed as a dependent if you meet the usual support, citizenship, gross income, and joint return...

The IRS has issued final regulations affecting all taxpayers that acquire, produce, or improve tangible property. The final regulations define materials, supplies, de minimus, safe harbor and related repairs as well as the election to capitalize certain materials and supplies among other items. Particularly relevant to my...

According to IRC 357(a) if property transferred to a corporation in an IRC 351 nonrecognition transaction is subject to a liability, the assumption of that liability by the corporation generally is not treated as taxable "boot" for purposes of determining the amount of any taxable gain on...

The Internal Revenue Service announced a simplified option that many owners of home-based businesses and some home-based workers may use to figure their deductions for the business use of their homes. The new simplified option is available starting with the 2013 return most taxpayers file...

Trader or an Investor in Securities? Van Der Lee v. Commissioner TC Memo 2011-234 helps clarify matters. While many individual taxpayers claim to be traders in securities as compared to investors, in Henricus C. van der Lee, et ux. v. Commissioner TC Memo 2011-234 we learn in my...

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