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The public hearing scheduled to be held on August 31, 1995, on
proposed regulations concerning the application of exceptions to passive income
characterization for certain foreign banks, securities dealers, and brokers, has been
changed to September 11, 1995.
Rev. Rul. 95-52
Depreciation; leased consumer durable property. Depreciation is
determined under section 168 of the Code, and not under the income forecast method, for
consumer durable property subject to rent-to-own contracts as described in Rev. Proc.
95-33 in this Bulletin.
Rev. Rul. 95-53
Annuity; mortgage; interest deduction. If a taxpayer uses a single
premium annuity contract as collateral to obtain or continue a mortgage loan, section
264(a) of the Code disallows the allocable amount of interest on the loan to the extent
the loan is collateralized by the annuity contract. Rev. Rul. 79-41 clarified and
The applicable interest rate on the amount of additional tax
attributable to any nonqualified withdrawals from a capital construction fund established
under section 607 of the Merchant Marine Act is 7.18 percent with respect to nonqualified
withdrawals made in the taxable year beginning in 1995.
Final regulations under section 162 of the Code relating to lobbying
expense deductions-dues, allocation of costs to lobbying activities, and influencing
Irish-American Charitable & Educational Fund, Rocky River, OH,
no longer qualifies as an organization to which contributions are deductible under section
170 of the Code.
A list is given of organizations now classified as private
Rev. Proc. 95-37
Post-1993 section 936 elections. This procedure provides rules for
electing the section 936(a)(4)(B) percentage limitation in post-1993 tax years and
describes how certain affiliated possessions corporations may elect to compute the section
936(a)(4)(A) economic activity limitation on a consolidated basis pursuant to section
936(i)(5). This procedure also provides rules for revoking a possessions corporation's
section 936(a) election and changing a section 936(h) intangible property income
allocation method in post-1993 tax years.
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