Casualty Loss Rule in Capitalization Regulations Continue to Attract Criticism

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Keiter team members have authored a four part seires of articles on the new capitalization regulations.  Although favorably received overall, the temporary regulations issued last year on deduction versus capitalization of tangible property costs continue to attract critical comments.  Access the full article here.

Previous Capitalization Regulation Articles are linked below:

Article 1: Capitalization Rules-Building Systems

Article 2: Capitalization Rules-Acquisition of Real Property

Article 3: Capitalization Rules-Applying Repair Expenses to Personal Property

Article 4: Capitalization Rules-Rotable Spare Parts


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