Although the compensation expense deduction
can be avoided under the modified prospective method, the impact on the APIC pool cannot be avoided.
With respect to pass-through entities, such as partnerships, S corps and estates, the DMD is determined at the partner, shareholder or owner-level by taking into account its distributive or proportionate share of income, loss, gain, deduction
Of course, before proceeding with a conservation easement donation, potential easement donors are always advised to consult with their attorneys and tax professionals to understand the specific legal requirements and tax consequences associated with conveying a conservation easement and receiving a tax deduction
Nevertheless, we submit that reasonable allocation rules for the charitable contribution deduction
can be developed that are congruent with, and indeed advance, the national interest in encouraging charitable contributions.
Anyone who took a home-office deduction
last year must now review their eligibility for this write-off carefully.
The same additions to the standard deduction
also apply to those who are blind.
Claim all charitable deductions
: Individuals should be sure to determine miles driven for charitable purposes, such as when driving children to a volunteer worksite.
Included in it was new IRC section 62(a)(20) which provides an above-the-line deduction
for legal fees and court costs incurred in connection with discrimination awards.
Old Law: No special deduction
limitations applied for contributions of clothing and household items.
Under the notional interest deduction
, a new and innovative measure in international tax law, all companies subject to Belgian corporate tax will be able to deduct from their taxable income an amount equal to the interest they would have paid on their capital in the case of long-term debt financing.
Understanding the significant differences between the rules in Notice 2005-14, the amendments made by the Technical Corrections Act, and the new guidance in proposed regulations is critical to properly calculating the deduction
under section 199.
Detailed certification and inspection requirements, involving qualified professionals, must be satisfied before the deduction
may be taken.