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Passive loss regs II what is an activity? by Dorinda D. DeScherer

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Published by Prentice Hall in Paramus, N.J .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Income tax deductions for losses -- United States.,
  • Tax deductions -- United States.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesPassive loss regulations II.
Statementby Dorinda D. DeScherer, Barbara Ann Buklad.
SeriesTax-saving series, P-H tax saving series
ContributionsBuklad, Barbara Ann., Prentice-Hall, inc.
The Physical Object
Pagination37 p. ;
Number of Pages37
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14529443M
ISBN 1001365335431

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Allocation of disallowed passive activity loss among activities. See Temporary Regulations section T(e)(4)(ii). For example, you can show the services you performed and the approximate number of hours spent by using an appointment book, calendar, or narrative summary.   Disposition of a business or rental activity previously treated as part of a larger activity may still result in the current allowance of the portion of the suspended passive loss allocable to it (a back reference to Regs. Sec. (f)(4) is included), if the requisite allocation of prior and current deductions to the component can be. (ii) The net passive loss from an activity for a taxable year is the amount by which the taxpayer's passive activity deductions from the activity for the taxable year exceeds the taxpayer's passive activity gross income from the activity for such year (determined without regard to paragraphs (2) through (4) of this section). (iii) [Reserved].Interest income: $22,   Passive activity loss rules are generally applied at the individual level, but they also extend to virtually all businesses and rental activity in various reporting entities, except C corporations.

10 Temp. Regs. Sec. 1. T (d)(1)(ii). Temp. Regs. Sec. 1. T (c)(1) provides: "Except as otherwise provided in the regulations under section , passive activity gross income for a taxable year includes an item of gross income if and only if such income is from a passive .   WHAT THE REGS ALREADY DO. Passive-activity loss regs (Reg Sec. et seq.) treat one or more trade or business activities or rental activities as a single activity if the facts and circumstances indicate that they constitute an appropriate economic unit for the measurement of gain or loss. “(II) any loss realized on such disposition, over “(ii) net income or gain for such taxable year from all passive activities (determined without regard to losses described in clause (i)), shall be treated as a loss which is not from a passive activity.” Subsec. (i)(3)(E)(ii). Pub. L. –, § (c)(4), amended cl. (ii. If the passive activity is a partnership interest, the losses of the partnership in the year of death attributable to the decedent's interest are fully allocated to the decedent's estate since the tax year of the partnership does not close due to the death of a partner [IRC Sec. (c)(1) and Reg. Sec. (c)(3)].

Gain or loss from the disposition of property retains the nonpassive or passive character of the activity in which the asset was used (Temp. Regs. Sec. 1. T (c)(2)(i)(A)). For example, gain or loss from the sale of assets used in a trade or business is nonpassive . (3) Losses on sale of certain receivables - (1) General rule. Any loss on the sale of a trade receivable (as defined in § (h)) shall be allocated and apportioned, solely for purposes of this section and §§ T, T, T, and T, in the same manner as interest expense, unless at the time of sale of the receivable, it bears interest at a rate which is at least. “(ii) the amount of the passive activity loss (or passive activity credit) which would be disallowed for the taxable year (without regard to this subsection and without regard to any amount allocable to an activity for the taxable year under subsection (b)) taking into account only pre-enactment interests. (a) Computation of taxable income - (1) In general. Taxable income must be computed and a return must be made for a period known as the taxable year. For rules relating to methods of accounting, the taxable year for which items of gross income are included and deductions are taken, inventories, and adjustments, see parts II and III (section and following), subchapter E, chapter 1 of the.