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A public hearing will be held on June 7, 1993, on proposed
regulations relating to (1) permitted disparity with respect to
benefits and contributions, (2) minimum coverage requirements, and
(3) definition of compensation for qualified plans.
Rev. Rul. 93-35
Fringe benefits aircraft valuation formula.
For purposes of section 1.61-21(g) of the regulations, relating to
the rule for valuing non-commercial flights on employer-provided
aircraft, the Standard Industry Fare Level (SIFL), cents-per-mile
rate and terminal charges in effect for 1993 are set forth. Rev.
Rul. 92-83 modified.
Rev. Rul. 93-36
S corporation taxable income; bad debts; pass-thru of items to
shareholders. An S corporation that has a nonbusiness bad debt
under section 166 of the Code must separately state the debt as a
short-term capital loss under section 166(d).
Proposed regulations under section 401(1) of the Code relate to
permitted disparity with respect to benefits and contributions.
Proposed regulations under sections 401 and 410 of the Code relate
to minimum coverage requirements for qualified plans.
Proposed regulations under section 401 and 414 of the Code relate to
the definition of compensation for qualified plans.
A list is given of organizations now classified as private
Rev. Proc. 93-23
Up-to-date guidance, including a revised fee schedule, is provided
for requests for letter rulings, opinion letters, determination
letters, and similar requests as required by the Revenue Act of 1987
as amended by the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1990. Rev.
Proc. 90-17 superseded. Rev. Procs. 75-26, 78-37, 79-18, 79-61,
79-62, 80-27, 83-41, and 87-50 amplified. Rev. Procs. 90-21, 90-27,
90-49, 91-22, 91-44, 92-20, 92-38, 92-60, 92-98, 93-1, 93-4, 93-6,
and 93-12 modified.
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