Limitation on use of deconsolidation to avoid foreign tax credit limitations

July 1994
Practical Accountant;Jul94, Vol. 27 Issue 7, p16
Trade Publication
Reports on proposed regulations of limitations for includible corporations on the use of deconsolidation to avoid foreign tax credit limitations. Categories; Date of effectivity.


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