Tangible Property Regulations Resource and Information Center
The final tangible property regulations, issued in September 2013, impact most business taxpayers and may be more beneficial for some companies than others. While the final regulations provide clarity, uncertainty exists for many companies in determining whether expenditures are capital improvements or deductible repairs.
How our tangible property regulation specialists can help
Our multidisciplinary team of specialists can assess your current tax methods, collaborate with you to develop and execute a work plan specific to your particular situation, and help you optimally comply with these final regulations. We can also provide your company with the processes and controls to maintain and track the new tax methods in future tax years.
Use our guides to gain an understanding of the compliance requirements related to the final tangible property regulations.
This guidance provides updates on the tax treatment of remodel or refresh expenditures and a safe harbor method of accounting for qualified taxpayers.
RSM overviews recent guidance on the tangible property regulations and the effects on tax reporting to help ensure compliance is maintained.
The IRS issued a new safe harbor that may be beneficial to retail and restaurant taxpayers incurring remodel and refresh costs.
Missouri amends alternative apportionment formula to clarify sourcing rules applicable to sales other than sales of tangible personal property.