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Rev. Rul. 95-16
Excess investment interest carryover. The carryover of a taxpayer's
disallowed investment interest to a succeeding taxable year under section 163(d) of the
Code is not limited by the taxpayer's taxable income for the taxable year in which the
interest is paid or accrued. Rev. Rul. 86-70 revoked.
Resident populations of the various states for determining the 1995
calendar year (1) state housing credit ceiling under section 42(h) of the Code, and (2)
private activity bond volume cap under section 146 are reproduced.
Proposed regulations under section 475 of the Code relate to the
mark-to-market method of accounting for securities that is required to be used by a dealer
in securities. A public hearing will be held on May 3, 1995.
HHSV MRI Corporation, Hawthorne, NJ, no longer qualifies as an
organization to which contributions are deductible under section 170 of the Code.
In Commissioner v. Keystone Consolidated Industries, Inc., the U.S.
Supreme Court held that a contribution in kind to a defined benefit plan generally is a
prohibited transaction within the meaning of section 4975(c)(1)(A) of the Code. If the
enumerated criteria are met, certain additions to tax will not apply.
A list is given of organizations now classified as private
Rev. Proc. 95-16
Substitute printed, computer-prepared, and computer-generated tax
forms and schedules. Requirements are set forth for privately designed and printed federal
tax return forms and the conditions under which the Service will accept computer-prepared
and computer generated tax forms and schedules. Rev. Procs. 94-34 and 94-51 superseded.
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