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A public hearing will be held on September 23, 1991, on proposed
regulations relating to treatment of transactions between partners and partnerships.
Rev. Rul. 91-33
Interest rates; underpayments and overpayments. The rate of interest
determined under section 6621 of the Code for the calendar quarter beginning July 1, 1991,
will remain at 9 percent for overpayments, 10 percent for underpayments and 12 percent for
large corporate rate underpayments.
Rev. Rul. 91-34
LIFO; price indexes; department stores. The March 1991 Bureau of
Labor Statistics price indexes are accepted for use by department stores employing the
retail inventory and last-in, first-out inventory methods for valuing inventories for tax
years ended on, or with reference to, March 31,1991.
Final regulations relate to limitations on deferred exchanges and
the inapplicability of section 1031 of the Code to exchanges of partnership interests.
Proposed regulations under section 707 of the Code relate to
treatment of transactions between partners and partnerships.
A list is given of organizations now classified as private
Final regulations under section 6723 of the Code relate to penalty
for failure to include correct information on information returns and payee statements.
Rev. Proc. 91-31
Customer deposits of utility companies. Certain utility companies
granted consent to change their method of accounting for deposits as a result of the
Supreme Court's decision in Commissioner v. Indianapolis Power.
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