The future of mixed-source income: The Intel appeal and other threats

Lassar, Sharon
January 1996
International Tax Journal;Winter96, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p65
Academic Journal
Summarizes developments and trends that impact the allocation of taxable mixed-source income in the United States. Focuses on the overall foreign tax credit limitation; Source of income regulations for sales of produced inventory; Campaign to change in inventory sales rules; Plan for changes in inventory sales sourcing rules.


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