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IRS Changes Position on Application of Section 162(m) in Acquisition Context
Miller & ChevalierLink to more items from this source
[Guidance Overview]
July 9, 2010
Excerpt: A relatively recent development in the IRS' interpretation of section 162(m) has received little attention, notwithstanding that it will often result in an additional deduction disallowance when a public company is acquired. The issue has to do with the application of section 162(m) to the year before a public company is acquired.

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