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The Service will establish a new term under its Industry
Specialization Program for partnership audits.
Rev. Rul. 94-42
Tax-exempt bonds. Under certain circumstances, amounts paid or
accrued under a third-party agreement for defaulted interest on an
obligation of a political subdivision of a state are not excludable
form gross income under section 103 of the Code. Rev. Ruls. 72-134,
72-575, 76-78 clarified and distinguished.
Rev. Rul. 94-34
Revocation of Rev. Rul. 77-220. The Service has reconsidered Rev.
Rul. 77-220 and concluded that the elections to be treated as S
corporations made by separate corporations that were partnership
should be respected. Rev. Rul. 77-220 revoked.
Rev. Rul. 94-44
Federal rates; adjusted federal rates; adjusted federal long-term
rate, and the long term exempt rate. For purposes of sections 1274,
1288, 382, and other sections of the Code, tables set forth the
rates for July 1994.
Score 10 Gymnastics Company, Holland, MI, no longer qualifies as an
organization to which contributions are deductible under section 170
of the Code.
Railroad Retirement; rate determination; quarterly.
Retirement Board has determined that the rate of tax imposed by
section 3221(c) of the Code shall be thirty cents for the quarter
beginning July 1, 1994.
Publication 510, Excise Tax for 1994, will be available soon.
Rev. Proc. 94-43
Information returns; magnetic media reporting. Specifications are
set forth for filing 1994 Forms 1098, 1099 series, 5498, and W-2G on
magnetic tape, tape cartridge, 5 1/4 inch diskette, 3 1/2 inch
diskette, and by electronic filing. Rev. Proc 93-31 superseded.
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