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But the reflections of their descendant, Steward Morgan, on their inability to contest their exclusion, or even to provide their families with food and shelter, show other ways that the Disallowing traumatized these men: "It was the shame of seeing one's pregnant wife or sister or daughter refused shelter that had rocked them and changed them for all time.
1, 1999 has expired for some taxpayers, so it is not possible to treat all taxpayers comparably by disallowing the Sec.
Beseiged by protesting players, he first disallowed it, then awarded a goal and then consulted an assistant before disallowing it again.
Tax Court indicate that Travolta is arguing that Uncle Sam is unfairly disallowing losses and deductions he's claiming.
section] was issued on March 9, 1990, disallowing a loss recognized on the disposition of stock of a consolidated subsidiary on or after that date.
The county has three options: It can allow the claim and agree to negotiate an easement with the company; disallow the claim and maintain its position; or ignore the claim, which has the same effect as disallowing the claim.
Loss disallowance: The CIP provides several scenarios for disallowing losses:
In April 1999 the lRS issued a deficiency notice disallowing the deductions because of section 469's passive activity rules.
This exposure would result if the IRS succeeded in disallowing 100% of our tax benefits from the transaction.
The IRS issued a deficiency notice, disallowing expenses and losses that the taxpayers had claimed on Schedule C, Profit or Loss From Business, for 1994-1996, determining that they were not in the real estate management business during those years.
The court held that by offsetting or disallowing legitimate deductions where there is no relationship between the disallowed expense and exempt income, California, in effect, indirectly taxed income it could not tax directly.
The state's FY 2005 Budget Legislation package (47) included tax law changes disallowing deductions for interest and intangible expenses and costs paid, directly or indirectly, to a "foreign person" (including an 80/20 company) that would be a member of the payer's unitary business group but for the foreign person's business activity outside the U.