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I even drew the figures so fine as to permit him not only to live in the best hotel but to smoke two twenty-five-cent cigars and indulge in a ten-cent shine each day, and still not cost the taxpayers so much as they were accustomed to pay for his conviction and jail entertainment.
Cutting the taxpayers to the pits of their purses threw them open to sentiment, and then in I tossed the sentiment, lumps and chunks of it.
Significantly, capitalization is only required where the taxpayer obtains some form of assurance of a future income stream or of a concrete, commercial benefit.
If, within the same business, a taxpayer conducts separate activities that have different NAICS codes, it is necessary to establish which NAICS code describes the principal activity of the taxpayer; this determines whether the business is eligible to use the cash method.
The easiest and most cost-effective way to do this is to borrow the pledged shares from the taxpayer and sell them short.
TEI commends LMSB for working with taxpayers to resolve the problems surrounding the amount of information required to be retained by the taxpayer.
The taxpayer was an attorney who won a large class-action lawsuit in 1999.
The usual supposition under IRC section 1012 is that cost represents the taxpayer's initial tax basis.
QPAI for any taxable year is a net number equal to the taxpayer's Domestic Production Gross Receipts (DPGR) less the sum of:
Joe Benton, Taxpayer Advocate area director, listed the following areas that national Taxpayer Advocate Nina Olson is reviewing:
A CAP appeal differs from a CDP appeal in that the former is broader and can be used by third parties (i.e., those holding the taxpayer's property subject to a lien or levy).
Section 199(c)(4)(A)(i)(I) includes within DPGR the taxpayer's gross receipts derived from any lease, rental, license, sale, exchange, or other disposition of QPP that was manufactured, produced, grown, or extracted by the taxpayer in whole or in significant part within the United States.

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