CCH Tax Briefing: Comprehensive Repair/Capitalization Regulations

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More than six months after the IRS issued temporary “repair” regulations (T.D. 9564), many complex questions remain about their interpretation and application. One thing is for sure however; they affect all businesses in one way or another. Accordingly, it is vital to become intimately familiar with their content to understand how each client is affected. Comprehensive Repair/Capitalization Regulations

Source: Wolters Kluwer/CCH Tax Briefing August 21, 2012 – Used with permission from Wolters Kluwer/CCH  ©2012 CCH Incorporated. All Rights Reserved.


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