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    Converting a C Corporation into an LLC

    Article Converting a C corporation into a limited liability company (LLC) allows the C corporation shareholders to continue to have limited liability while acquiring the advantages of passthrough taxation, but the heavy tax cost of the conversion normally will be prohibitive.
    Published on January 28, 2011

    Converting a C Corporation into an LLC

    Article Converting a C corporation into a limited liability company (LLC) allows the C corporation shareholders to continue to have limited liability while acquiring the advantages of passthrough taxation, but the heavy tax cost of the conversion normally will be prohibitive.
    Published on January 28, 2011

    The Story of Basis

    Article Basis is a beneficial concept for a taxpayer—it shields the taxpayer from tax on the sale of an asset and can produce losses that reduce tax liability. It has been described as a “summary of the tax impact of [past] events” that have affected an asset. Nevertheless, basis can be
    Published on January 28, 2011

    The Story of Basis

    Article Basis is a beneficial concept for a taxpayer—it shields the taxpayer from tax on the sale of an asset and can produce losses that reduce tax liability. It has been described as a “summary of the tax impact of [past] events” that have affected an asset. Nevertheless, basis can be
    Published on January 28, 2011

    Debt or Equity Financing Analyzing Relevant Factors

    Article Debt or equity reclassification can significantly alter the intended tax consequences of financial instruments. Unfortunately, the absence of a quantitative method of weighing relevant factors within legislative and administrative authority sources has resulted in an extensive amount of litigation regarding debt-equity classifications.
    Published on January 28, 2011

    Debt or Equity Financing Analyzing Relevant Factors

    Article Debt or equity reclassification can significantly alter the intended tax consequences of financial instruments. Unfortunately, the absence of a quantitative method of weighing relevant factors within legislative and administrative authority sources has resulted in an extensive amount of litigation regarding debt-equity classifications.
    Published on January 28, 2011

    Applying the Material Participation Standards to Nongrantor Trusts

    Article A taxpayer may deduct losses generated from passive activities only to the extent of the income from such activities. For this purpose, any trade or business or other income-producing activity is passive with respect to a taxpayer if the taxpayer does not materially participate in the activity.
    Published on January 28, 2011

    Applying the Material Participation Standards to Nongrantor Trusts

    Article A taxpayer may deduct losses generated from passive activities only to the extent of the income from such activities. For this purpose, any trade or business or other income-producing activity is passive with respect to a taxpayer if the taxpayer does not materially participate in the activity.
    Published on January 28, 2011

    Penalty for Failing to Meet EIC Due Diligence Requirements Can Be Assessed Against Employer or Employee

    Article The Office of Chief Counsel (OCC) advised that after the amendments to the regulations in T.D. 9436 in December 2008, the IRS continues to have the authority to assert the penalty against either the employee-preparer of a return or his or her employer for failing to meet the earned income
    Published on January 28, 2011

    Penalty for Failing to Meet EIC Due Diligence Requirements Can Be Assessed Against Employer or Employee

    Article The Office of Chief Counsel (OCC) advised that after the amendments to the regulations in T.D. 9436 in December 2008, the IRS continues to have the authority to assert the penalty against either the employee-preparer of a return or his or her employer for failing to meet the earned income
    Published on January 28, 2011

    Energy Star Rebates Reduce Basis

    Article The Office of Chief Counsel (OCC) advised that a taxpayer should treat a rebate for purchasing an Energy Star product as a reduction of the basis of the product purchased and not as income.
    Published on January 28, 2011

    Energy Star Rebates Reduce Basis

    Article The Office of Chief Counsel (OCC) advised that a taxpayer should treat a rebate for purchasing an Energy Star product as a reduction of the basis of the product purchased and not as income.
    Published on January 28, 2011

    Overpayment Interest Accrues on First-Time Homebuyer Credit

    Article The Office of Chief Counsel (OCC) advised that the Sec. 6111 general interest rules applicable to overpayments of tax apply to the first-time homebuyer credit.
    Published on January 28, 2011

    Overpayment Interest Accrues on First-Time Homebuyer Credit

    Article The Office of Chief Counsel (OCC) advised that the Sec. 6111 general interest rules applicable to overpayments of tax apply to the first-time homebuyer credit.
    Published on January 28, 2011

    State Tax Considerations of Passthrough Entities

    Article This column highlights areas of concern regarding state taxation of passthrough entities, including entity classification, conformity to federal tax conduit treatment, and tax reporting obligations.
    Published on January 28, 2011

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