Attribution Rules

Attribution Rules

In Canada, a series of rules set by the Canada Revenue Agency governing transfers of assets between family members. For example, the attribution rules do not allow two spouses to divide income between themselves in such a way that it reduces their overall tax liability. Attribution rules were devised to prevent citizens from taking advantage of family relations to unfairly avoid taxes. See also: Tax evasion.
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the attribution rules are set out in the consultation rules.
The commenter recommended that the exception be limited to scenarios in which the related party is an individual or an RPE and that the term "related party" be defined with reference to existing attribution rules under Sec.
These are, in some sense, attribution rules, pursuant to which the account of an entity is attributed to the United States person.
shareholders that own, or are considered to own, as a result of the attribution rules, 10% or more of the voting power or value of the stock of a non-U.S.
In the ASG context, entity, trust and family attribution rules apply, but with certain key differences from the rules used in the controlled group context, so expert advice is advised.
In its report, Rand recommends the creation of an independent international body, perhaps financed by top tech companies that would work out a set of attribution rules and apply them to analysis of high-profile breaches, followed by a peer review process.
[section]2701's ownership attribution rules and ordering rules set forth in Treas.
Careful planning is necessary to ensure the attribution rules (discussed below) are addressed.
Individual patients' experiences then are aggregated up to the provider level through some type of patient attribution rule. There are two main dimensions along which attribution rules can be classified.
Under the family attribution rules, Adam is deemed to own 100% of the company's stock (his 1% plus Anna's 99%) for purposes of the 2% rule.