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9 percent on wages in excess of $200,000 for an individual filing as single or head of household, $250,000 for a married couple, or $125,000 for a married individual filing a separate return
It has an analog in the separate return
limitation year (SRLY) rules of the federal consolidated return regulations under which NOLs of a corporation that joins an existing consolidated return group are used only against post-acquisition income of that corporation.
The husband objected and argued that the initial 1995 joint return was valid and that the wife's separate return
should be rejected.
The rules governing the filing of consolidated tax returns by affiliated groups currently supply guidance on (1) the application of estimated tax payments by individual members for the group's consolidated tax liability, (2) joint and several liability of members for the group's tax liability, (3) the application of loss and credit carrybacks to, and carryovers from, separate return
years, and (4) other administrative issues affecting the determination and allocation of tax liability of an affiliated group filing a consolidated return.
269,382 and 384 (as well as the consolidated return separate return
limitation year rules)), each of which was enacted to prevent a perceived abuse.
This election was typically made in order to increase the parent's basis in the stock of a subsidiary for the undistributed E&P generated in pre-1966 consolidated return years or in post-affiliation separate return
years ("non-SRLY SRYs").
The first project (CO-132-87 CO-78-90) revamps the separate return
limitation year (SRLY) rules affecting loss carryovers under section 382.
Conceptually, the DCL rules are similar to the separate return
limitation year rules for consolidated returns.
69) Of course, if a separate return
is filed, the distributee's basis in the distributor's stock is generally not reduced as a result of the distribution (unless section 1059 applies).
In direct response to language in the Rite Aid decision suggesting otherwise, this amendment confirms that consolidated return regulations may provide rules treating corporations differently than they would be treated in a separate return
The proposed regulations would substantially alter the rules in respect of distributions from pre-1966 consolidated return year E&P, as well as for E&P generated in separate return
years of an affiliated group.