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Proposals relating to tax shelters and other tax-motivated transactions

Proposals relating to tax shelters and other tax-motivated transactions

scheduled for hearings before the Committee on Ways and Means on February 22 and 28, 1984

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

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  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Tax shelters -- Law and legislation -- United States.,
    • Business enterprises -- Taxation -- Law and legislation -- United States.,
    • Tax accounting -- Law and legislation -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementprepared by the staff of the Joint Committee on Taxation.
      ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means., United States. Congress. Joint Committee on Taxation.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKF6297.5 .A25 1984
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 109 p. ;
      Number of Pages109
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2999598M
      LC Control Number84602065

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Get this from a library. Proposals relating to tax shelters and other tax-motivated transactions: scheduled for hearings before the Committee on Ways and Means on February 22 [United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means.; United States.

Congress. Joint Committee on Taxation.;]. Full text of "Proposals relating to tax shelters and other tax-motivated transactions: scheduled for hearings before the Committee on Ways and Means on.

Secretary to specify by regulation other types of transactions that would have been treated as tax motivated transactions.

Temporary Treas. Reg. § T (A-4) added the following: • Any deduction disallowed for any period under sectionrelating to an activity engaged in by an individual or an S corporation that is not.

The following questions and answers relate to the increased rate of interest on substantial underpayments attributable to certain tax motivated transactions as provided in section (d) of the Internal Revenue Code ofas added by section of the Tax Reform Act of (Pub.98 Stat.

Q What is the annual interest rate under section for 1. Reported taxable income: 70, JCT Publications To order any of these publications, call () or send an e-mail to [email protected] provide your name and address and specify the publication(s) desired by JCS or JCX number.

; Author: United States Joint Committee on Taxation; Category: Accounting; Length: Pages; Year: In addition to analyzing transactions that are reported to the IRS under the new disclosure rules, the Office of Tax Shelter Analysis will provide a centralized point for the review of tax shelter transactions that come to the attention of the IRS in other ways, including transactions examined by field personnel and those that are disclosed to.

On Novemthe House Committee on Ways and Means held a public hearing on proposals relating to corporate tax shelters. Tax Executives Institute was represented at the hearing by its President, Charles W.

Shewbridge, III of BellSouth Corporation. Shewbridge's written statement is reprinted below. From the time I became deputy secretary in the mids and started being interested again in matters relating to tax, I would Proposals relating to tax shelters and other tax-motivated transactions book people who would express embarrassment about transactions that.

Proposals Relating to Tax Shelters And Other Tax-Motivated Transactions: ǂb Scheduled for Hearings Before the Committee On Ways And Means On February 22 Jcs United States. Congress. requirements relating to certain specified tax-motivated transactions.2 Following the Treasury’s promulgation of implementing regulations in Februarythe tax shelter rules generally require that (i) tax shelter promoters and organizers register “confidential corporate tax.

In addition to the foregoing, the House bill contains a number of other miscellaneous "loophole closers" designed to shut down specific tax-motivated strategies. 1 See U.S. Department of the Treasury, "The Problem of Corporate Tax Shelters: Discussion, Analysis and Legislative Proposals," July ("Treasury White Paper").Author: Keith R.

Gercken. analysis from those cases can be extended to other sorts of corporate transactions and tax shelters. Conclusions follow in Section 8. In the appendix, we provide further background on contingent liability tax shelters 2.

Role of the Economic Substance Test In Corporate Taxation. Tax Bulletin (August ) Crackdown on Tax Shelters: Current Enforcement Efforts and Calls for Reform. By Keith R.

Gercken a tax partner in the San Francisco office of Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP and Michael Richman, formerly a tax associate in our New York office. If you have or can obtain the Acrobat Reader, or have an Acrobat-enabled web browser, you may. Free Income Tax Advice on Phone.

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transactions and to report tax-structuring information to the IRS in connection with other transactions with characteristics that suggest the possibility of an abusive tax shelter. Corporate tax shelter regulations setting forth the requirements for that disclosure have now been finalized.

11 Despite these developments, auditors continue to Cited by: 3 problem6 nor does it analyze any of the legislative proposals. Rather, it provides a summary of the existing body of law, authorities, and standards that are relevant to the topic of tax shelters.

the Senate Committee on Finance on October 5, (th Cong., 2d Sess.), available at TNT (Oct. 6, ); Discussion Draft on Tax Shelters, released by the Staff of the Senate.

Tax Practice & Policy and Tax Shelters Practical and Practice issues for Professionals who practice in the area of taxation. Moral, social and economic issues relating to taxes, including international issues, the U.S.

Internal Revenue Code, state tax issues, etc. Spam-Free Site. Proposals Relating to Tax Shelters and Other Tax-Motivated Transactions Scheduled for Hearings Before the Committee on Ways and Means on February 22 by United States Joint Committee on Taxation.

Several things have occurred since that April hearing that are worthy of note. First, as already noted, both the Treasury Department and the staff of the Joint Committee on Taxation completed comprehensive studies on corporate tax shelters (as well as on the interest and penalty provisions of the Code generally).(1) Second, the IRS continued to challenge over.

The following discussion of the judicial doctrines applicable to tax shelters, including the information in the footnotes, has been taken in large part from STAFF OF THE JOINT COMMITTEE ON TAXATION, Appendix II to JCX Description of Analysis of Present-Law Tax Rules and Recent Proposals Relating to Corporate Tax Shelters, JCX ().Cited by: 3.

Disclosure Regulations A. History and Requirements of the Corporate Tax Shelter Disclosure Provisions To address concerns about the perceived proliferation of corporate tax shelters, in February the Treasury issued temporary regulations under section requiring disclosure of participation in certain tax shelter transactions by corporate taxpayers.

We continued to focus on issuing published guidance on tax shelters. In the business plan year we listed seven transactions as abusive tax avoidance transactions, relating to contested liability trusts, S corporation ESOPs, offsetting foreign currency option contracts, undervalued contributions of property to Roth IRAs, certain structured foreign tax credit.

Abusive tax and accounting gimmicks sometimes go hand-in-hand.8 Tax savings boost book revenues. Corporations that engage in sham tax transactions may be more likely to take questionable accounting positions, and auditors that promote abusive tax shelters may be more likely to acquiesce in abusive by: VII.

Revenue Raising Proposals A. Provisions to Curtail Tax Shelters 1. Clarification of the economic substance doctrine and related penalty provisions. ta 2/15/04 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 4, 11, 2. Provisions relating to reportable transactions and tax various dates.

In addition to the foregoing, the House bill contains a number of other miscellaneous "loophole closers" designed to shut down specific tax-motivated strategies. 1 See U.S. Department of the Treasury, "The Problem of Corporate Tax Shelters: Discussion, Analysis and Legislative Proposals," July ("Treasury White Paper").

The Committee held a hearing on Maregarding the proliferation of tax shelters. PROVISIONS RELATING TO THE TAX SHELTER TRANSPARENCY ACT A. Penalty for Failure To Disclose Reportable Transactions (Sec.

of the bill and new sec. A of the Code) PRESENT LAW Regulations under section require a taxpayer to disclose with. Taxation, provides a description of the “CARE Act of ” 1 This document may be cited as follows: Joint Committee on Taxation, Description of the “CARE Act of ” (JCX), February 3, •Per the text, the personal holding company (PHC) tax penalizes taxpayers who enter tax-motivated transactions.

designed to shelter passive income of closely held corporations from higher individual tax rates. Suppose you represent a professional athlete who is the majority owner of a corporation. The first four propositions argue that tax shelters must be analyzed solely by the consequences of shelters and the responses, rejecting reasoning based on notions such as the right to tax plan.

Tax shelters and the use of corporate debt. The tax management department at most modern corporations has many tools at its disposal to reduce tax obligations (Scholes et al., ). One common feature in most of the tax shelters described in Section is that they effectively produce deductions that can be used to offset income or gains Cited by: I.

Limits on Tax Motivated Acquisitions Section will apply, as under current law, to discourage tax motivated acquisitions, including acquisitions undertaken for the purpose of obtaining an EDA or a CREBA. Because EDA generally expires at the end of each year, the proposal does not include section type rules.

Per the text, the personal holding company (PHC) tax penalizes taxpayers. that enter into tax-motivated transactions designed to shelter passive income of closely held corporations from higher individual tax rates.

Suppose you represent a professional athlete who is the majority owner of a corporation. This article proposes to repeal the preferential tax treatment of certain merger and acquisition transactions known as "reorganizations," and tax them like all other sales or : Yariv Brauner.

Federal Income Taxation: Cases and Materials - Daniel L. Simmons, Gregg D. Polsky, Martin J., Jr. McMahon - Hardcover - NON-FICTION - English - Text of H.R. (th): Tax Administration Good Government Act as of (Passed the Senate with an Amendment version). H.R. (th): Tax Administration Good Government Act.

International Tax Provisions of the American Competitiveness and Corporate Accountability Act (H.R. ) Summary On JHouse Ways and Means Committee Chairman William Thomas introduced H.R. the American Competitiveness and Corporate Accountability Act.

The focus of this report is the bill’s proposed changes in U.S. taxation of income from. Other Proposals Affecting Receipts Continue support for revenue neutral tax Code simplification, including simplification of tax rules applying to individual taxpayers, relating to amortization of intangible assets, and governing payroll tax deposits for small- and medium-size d businesses.

Finally, our paper is related to other works that investigate tax shelters, but at the macro level. Clausing () and Bartelsman and Beetsma () find substantial evidence of tax-motivated transfer pricing, which is one of the most popular tax shelters in our sample.

Full text of "Tax reform proposals: taxation of capital income / for the use of the Committee on Ways and Means and the Committee on Finance" See other formats.

Novem Tax-Motivated Contractual Rectifications Published by David Davies. The Supreme Court of Canada has, in a unanimous judgment rendered by Justice LeBel, ruled in favour of the taxpayers in two tax-related contractual rectification cases arising under the Civil Code of Quebec (Services Environnementaux AES and Riopel).

Both cases involved efforts .Tax and Corporate Governance: An Economic Approach. Enron’s management realized quickly that tax-motivated transactions could book-tax gaps may be due to f actors other than tax.See Richard M. Lipton, Tax Shelters and the Decline of the Rule of Law, J. Tax’n 82, 84 () (“The origin of the Son-of-BOSS transactions is clear—the Service’s position in Helmer, which was sustained by the Tax Court.” (citation omitted)).