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The Service has announced its decision to eliminate the Direct
Deposit Indicator from the Acknowledgement process on the electronic returns Tax Filing
Season '94. The decision was made to safeguard the growing electronic filing program from
use for fraudulent purposes.
A public hearing will be held on January 15, 1993, on proposed
regulations relating to eligible rollover distributions from tax-qualified retirement
plans and section 403(b) annuities.
A public hearing will be held on November 23, 1992, on proposed
regulations relating to the treatment of shareholders of certain passive foreign
The Fifth Annual Institute on Current Issues in International
Taxation, cosponsored with The George Washington University, will be held December 14 and
15 at the J.W. Marriott Hotel in Washington, D.C.
Rev. Rul. 92-92
Discharge of indebtedness. Income from discharge of indebtedness is
generally characterized as income from a passive activity for purposes of section 469 of
the Code to the extent that, at the time the indebtedness is discharged, the debt is
allocated to passive activity expenditures.
Rev. Rul. 92-93
Insurance subsidiary insuring its parent corporation's employees.
Except for the cost of $50,000 of insurance coverage, each employee of a parent
corporation must include in gross income under section 79 of the Code an amount equal to
the cost of group-term life insurance on the employee's life purchased by the parent from
its wholly owned insurance subsidiary. Parent may deduct the premiums paid to the
insurance subsidiary for the group-term life insurance on an employee of the parent. Rev.
Ruls. 77-316 and 88-72 distinguished.
Rev. Rul. 92-94
Nonlife insurance company insuring its own employees. A nonlife
insurance company's gross premiums written on insurance contracts during the taxable year
under section 832(b)(4) of the Code includes the amounts representing premiums that the
company charges itself with respect to liability for insurance and annuity benefits for
Rev. Rul. 92-95
Penalty tax for annuities. For purposes of sections 72(q)(2)(I) and
72(u)(4) of the Code, the "date of purchase" of an annuity contract acquired in
a section 1035 exchange for another annuity contract is the date of purchase of the
annuity contract that was exchanged for the new annuity contract.
Rev. Rul. 92-96
Information reporting of commissions paid by state lotteries.
Amounts retained by licensed lottery ticket sales agents from the sale proceeds of state
lottery tickets are treated as commissions paid by the state lottery for purposes of
information reporting under section 6041 of the Code.
Temporary and proposed regulations under sections 401, 402, 403, and
3405 of the Code relate to eligible rollover distributions from tax-qualified retirement
plans and section 403(b) annuities.
Countries that require participation in, or cooperation with, an
international boycott are listed.
Pursuant to section 521(d) of the Unemployment Compensation
Amendments Act of 1992, the notice requirements of section 402(f) of the Code are revised
to provide a safe harbor explanation of the rollover and tax treatment of an eligible
rollover distribution. Notice 87-2 superseded.
Guidelines are set forth for determining for October 1992, the
weighted average interest rate and the resulting permissible range of interest rates used
to calculate current liability for purposes of the full funding limitation of section
412(c)(7) of the Code as amended by the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1987.
CO-5-90, 1990-2 C.B. 686, concerning returns relating to certain
changes in corporate control or capital structure, is withdrawn.
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