Lang, Michael B.
January 1984
Tax Lawyer;Winter84, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p323
Academic Journal
Focuses on the implication of the judicial ruling on Bolton v. Commissioner on deductions for expenses on vacation homes in the United States. Need to specify extent of personal use in disallowance of gross income deductions; Question on the allocation of interest of rental use; Formula for computing taxes of vacation homes.


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