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A public hearing will be held on February 11, 1991, on proposed
regulations relating to financing of presidential election campaigns.
A public hearing will be held on February 15, 1991, on proposed
regulations relating to the one class of stock requirement for a small business
Final, temporary, and proposed regulations under section 62 of the
Code relate to employee business expense reimbursements and allowances.
An error in proposed regulations under sections 167 and 168 of the
Code relating to certain public utility ratemaking procedures and adjustments which are to
be treated as inconsistent with the normalization rules for utilities filing consolidated
federal income tax returns (PS-107-88, 1990-50 I.R.B. 10) is corrected.
An error in temporary regulations under section 469 of the Code
relating to passive activity losses and credits (T.D. 8318, 1990-50 I.R.B. 4) is
Rev. Proc. 91-6
Areas in which advance rulings will not be issued; Associate Chief
Counsel (International). Listed are those areas of the Code under the jurisdiction of the
Associate Chief Counsel (International) in which the Service will not issue advance
rulings or determination letters. Rev. Proc. 90-6 superseded.
Temporary and final regulations under section 6045 of the Code
relate to information reporting on real estate transactions.
Temporary and proposed regulations under section 6621 of the Code
relate to an increase in the rate of interest payable on large corporate underpayments.
Proposed regulations under sections 9006, 9008, and 9037 of the Code
relate to financing of presidential election campaigns.
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