Nonacquiescence


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Nonacquiescence

A statement of disagreement that the Commissioner of Internal Revenue makes after an unfavorable decision by the Tax Court. A statement of nonacquiescence essentially means the Internal Revenue Service will ignore the Tax Court. While this practice is controversial, there are no penalties associated with it.
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65-190 and 69-372, and withdrew its nonacquiescence in Doyle, Dane, Bernbach, Inc.
The IRS later issued a nonacquiescence in this case; the Court of Federal Claims, in CSX Corp.
Treasury, in its nonacquiescence of that decision, was concerned that taxpayers could circumvent the subpart F regime (which was created to defeat income deferral, by doing indirectly through a partnership what could not be done directly via a CFC).
The Service issued a nonacquiescence to Evans but reconsidered in the GCM, stating that in its interpretation of Evans, the "decisive factor" was dominion and control over the assigned interest.
The Service also stated its nonacquiescence in result only to the issue of whether certain items treated as tangible personal property and depreciated over a five-year recovery period were in fact structural components of the buildings to which they relate that must be depreciated, under Sec.