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Articles from The Tax Adviser (February 1, 1995)

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Title Author Type Words
Accounting for client out-of-pocket expenses. O'Connor, Eileen J. 587
Accounting for leasehold improvements. Levinton, Howard 980
All real estate may not be subject to new COD rules. Bottiglieri, Tom Brief Article 251
Avoiding a deemed sale under sec. 751 when admitting a new partner. Ellentuck, Albert B. 558
Back-to-back loans may not create basis. Grush, Gary 1151
Closing of the books election pursuant to regs. sec. 1.382-6. Yalowich, Adam 1077
How to avoid UBIT on sale of building. Berger, Harvey J. Brief Article 378
Information and model client letter on the new "nanny tax" rules. Horn, Anita L. 1139
Interest income can be debt-financed. Possin, Jim Brief Article 266
New accounting rules for advertising conflict with tax treatment. Moore, Daniel J. 1506
New hedging regulations designed to minimize "character" mismatch for tax purposes. Haber, Craig 1468
Preresidency trust, gift and estate planning. Zink, William J. 738
Sec. 338(h)(10) elections involving S corporation targets. Stewart, Dave N. 5696
Sec. 6694 tax preparer penalties: a look at Chapter 11 of the Consolidated Penalty Handbook. Willey, Susan L. 7311
Tax advantages of charitable foundation as IRA beneficiary. Nadel, Eugene Brief Article 365
Tax benefits of relocation costs. Eike, Betsy 1717
Tax Court allows double tax benefit. Goldberg, Michael 521
The Chapter 14 maze: a visual guide to secs. 2701-2704. Weber, Richard P. 783
Using the cash method of accounting. O'Connor, Eileen J. 547
When to elect the reduced R & D credit (under sec. 280C). Touger, Steven 755

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