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Does the controlled taxpayer reasonably anticipate that it will derive benefits from the use of covered intangibles?
The answers to these and similarly focused questions will allow the executive to anticipate if the other party's actions are likely to be supportive or hostile, to focus on short-term gains or long-term relationships, or to change the degree of dependence on, or interdependence with, the hospital.