Federal Tax Update - Mar. 11, 2019

This Week's Topics

  • Look at some items causing confusion over §199A on discussion forums as returns are prepared
  • Treasury announces changes in temporary regulations and subregulatory guidance
  • Recipients of sexual harassment and sexual abuse settlements with confidentiality clause allowed to deduct legal fees
  • Gambling loss triggered by impulse control problem side effect of prescribed drug not a casualty loss
  • Proposed regulations issued for FDII and GILTI
  • IRS no longer plans to issue regulations to bar post-retirement lump-sum distributions from defined benefit plans
  • Partnerships required to add tax basis disclosures given until March 15, 2020 to provide information to IRS

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