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The Internal Revenue Service has issued additional guidance regarding the qualified business income deduction under Code Section 199A in the form of a notice.  Notice 2019-07 contains a proposed revenue procedure that provides for a safe harbor, solely for purposes of Code Section 199A, under which certain rental real estate enterprises will be treated as a trade or business. For more information on this and other U.S. federal income tax issues, please contact Drew Griesser at 513-639-3909, Margaret Kubicki at 513-579-6913 or Mark Sims at 513-579-6966.

The IRS recently proposed new Regulations that, if finalized as written, will eliminate or severely affect, the ability to utilize valuation discounts on the transfer of an interest in a family-controlled entity, regardless of whether such entity operates an active or passive business.

In a June 25, 2012 revenue ruling, the IRS issued guidance as to whether dividends and dividend equivalents related to restricted stock and restricted stock units (RSUs) that qualify as performance-based compensation for purposes of Internal Revenue Code Section 162(m) must separately qualify as performance-based. 

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Code Section 162(m) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the "Code") precludes a tax deduction for remuneration paid to certain employees of publicly held companies in excess of $1,000,000.  On June 23, 2011 the IRS issued proposed regulations under Code Section 162(m) to clarify two provisions of existing treasury regulations. 

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