- Highlights of This Issue
- Part I. Rulings and Decisions Under the Internal Revenue Code of 1986
- Part III. Administrative, Procedural, and Miscellaneous
- Part IV. Items of General Interest
- Definition of Terms and Abbreviations
- Numerical Finding List
- Effect of Current Actions on Previously Published Items
- How to get the Internal Revenue Bulletin
Internal Revenue Bulletin: 2004-46
November 15, 2004
These synopses are intended only as aids to the reader in identifying the subject matter covered. They may not be relied upon as authoritative interpretations.
2005 covered compensation tables; permitted disparity. The covered compensation tables under section 401 of the Code for the year 2005 are provided for use in determining contributions to defined benefit plans and permitted disparity.
2005 section 415 cost-of-living adjustments; retirement plans, etc. This notice sets forth certain cost-of-living adjustments effective January 1, 2005, applicable to the dollar limits on benefits under qualified defined benefit pension plans and to other provisions affecting (1) certain plans of deferred compensation and (2) “control employees.”
A list is provided of organizations now classified as private foundations.
2005 social security contribution and benefit base; domestic employee coverage threshold. The Commissioner of the Social Security Administration has announced (1) the OASDI contribution and benefit base for remuneration paid in 2005 and self-employment income earned in taxable years beginning in 2005, and (2) the domestic employee coverage threshold amount for 2005.
This document contains corrections to temporary regulations (T.D. 9141, 2004-35 I.R.B. 359) under section 904(d) of the Code relating to foreign tax credit limitation and to the exclusion of certain export financing interest from foreign personal holding company income.
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Rulings and procedures reported in the Bulletin do not have the force and effect of Treasury Department Regulations, but they may be used as precedents. Unpublished rulings will not be relied on, used, or cited as precedents by Service personnel in the disposition of other cases. In applying published rulings and procedures, the effect of subsequent legislation, regulations, court decisions, rulings, and procedures must be considered, and Service personnel and others concerned are cautioned against reaching the same conclusions in other cases unless the facts and circumstances are substantially the same.
The Bulletin is divided into four parts as follows:
Part I.—1986 Code. This part includes rulings and decisions based on provisions of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.
Part II.—Treaties and Tax Legislation. This part is divided into two subparts as follows: Subpart A, Tax Conventions and Other Related Items, and Subpart B, Legislation and Related Committee Reports.
Part III.—Administrative, Procedural, and Miscellaneous. To the extent practicable, pertinent cross references to these subjects are contained in the other Parts and Subparts. Also included in this part are Bank Secrecy Act Administrative Rulings. Bank Secrecy Act Administrative Rulings are issued by the Department of the Treasury’s Office of the Assistant Secretary (Enforcement).
Part IV.—Items of General Interest. This part includes notices of proposed rulemakings, disbarment and suspension lists, and announcements.
The last Bulletin for each month includes a cumulative index for the matters published during the preceding months. These monthly indexes are cumulated on a semiannual basis, and are published in the last Bulletin of each semiannual period.
2005 covered compensation tables; permitted disparity. The covered compensation tables under section 401 of the Code for the year 2005 are provided for use in determining contributions to defined benefit plans and permitted disparity.
This revenue ruling provides tables of covered compensation under § 401(l)(5)(E) of the Internal Revenue Code (the “Code”) and the Income Tax Regulations, thereunder, for the 2005 plan year.
Section 401(l)(5)(E)(i) defines covered compensation with respect to an employee, as the average of the contribution and benefit bases in effect under section 230 of the Social Security Act (the “Act”) for each year in the 35-year period ending with the year in which the employee attains social security retirement age.
Section 401(l)(5)(E)(ii) of the Code states that the determination for any year preceding the year in which the employee attains social security retirement age shall be made by assuming that there is no increase in covered compensation after the determination year and before the employee attains social security retirement age.
Section 1.401(l)-1(c)(34) of the Income Tax Regulations defines the taxable wage base as the contribution and benefit base under section 230 of the Act.
Section 1.401(l)-1(c)(7)(i) defines covered compensation for an employee as the average (without indexing) of the taxable wage bases in effect for each calendar year during the 35-year period ending with the last day of the calendar year in which the employee attains (or will attain) social security retirement age. A 35-year period is used for all individuals regardless of the year of birth of the individual. In determining an employee’s covered compensation for a plan year, the taxable wage base for all calendar years beginning after the first day of the plan year is assumed to be the same as the taxable wage base in effect as of the beginning of the plan year. An employee’s covered compensation for a plan year beginning after the 35-year period applicable under § 1.401(l)-1(c)(7)(i) is the employee’s covered compensation for a plan year during which the 35-year period ends. An employee’s covered compensation for a plan year beginning before the 35-year period applicable under § 1.401(l)-1(c)(7)(i) is the taxable wage base in effect as of the beginning of the plan year.
Section 1.401(l)-1(c)(7)(ii) provides that, for purposes of determining the amount of an employee’s covered compensation under § 1.401(l)-1(c)(7)(i), a plan may use tables, provided by the Commissioner, that are developed by rounding the actual amounts of covered compensation for different years of birth.
For purposes of determining covered compensation for the 2005 year, the taxable wage base is $90,000.
The following tables provide covered compensation for 2005:
|2005 COVERED COMPENSATION TABLE|
|CALENDAR YEAR OF BIRTH||CALENDAR YEAR OF SOCIAL SECURITY RETIREMENT AGE||2005 COVERED COMPENSATION|
|1972 and later||2039||90,000|
|2005 Rounded Covered Compensation Table|
|Year of Birth||Covered Compensation|
|1938 - 1939||45,000|
|1942 - 1943||54,000|
|1962 - 1965||87,000|
|1966 and later||90,000|
The principal author of this revenue ruling is Lawrence Isaacs of the Employee Plans, Tax Exempt and Government Entities Division. For further information regarding this revenue ruling, please contact the Employee Plans taxpayer assistance telephone service at 1-877-829-5500, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Eastern time, Monday through Friday (a toll-free number). Mr. Isaacs’s number is (202) 283-9710 (not a toll-free number).
2005 Limitations Adjusted As Provided in Section 415(d), etc.
Section 415 of the Internal Revenue Code (the Code) provides for dollar limitations on benefits and contributions under qualified retirement plans. Section 415 also requires that the Commissioner annually adjust these limits for cost-of-living increases. Other limitations applicable to deferred compensation plans are also affected by these adjustments. Many of the limitations will change for 2005. For most of the limitations, the increase in the cost-of-living index met the statutory thresholds that trigger their adjustment. Furthermore, several of these limitations, set by the Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001 (EGTRRA), are scheduled to increase at the beginning of 2005. For example, under EGTRRA, the limitation under § 402(g)(1) of the Code on the exclusion for elective deferrals described in § 402(g)(3) is increased from $13,000 to $14,000. This limitation affects elective deferrals to § 401(k) plans and to the Federal Government’s Thrift Savings Plan, among other plans.
Effective January 1, 2005, the limitation on the annual benefit under a defined benefit plan under § 415(b)(1)(A) is increased from $165,000 to $170,000. For participants who separated from service before January 1, 2005, the limitation for defined benefit plans under § 415(b)(1)(B) is computed by multiplying the participant’s compensation limitation, as adjusted through 2004, by 1.0273.
The limitation for defined contribution plans under § 415(c)(1)(A) is increased from $41,000 to $42,000.
The Code provides that various other dollar amounts are to be adjusted at the same time and in the same manner as the dollar limitation of § 415(b)(1)(A). These dollar amounts and the adjusted amounts are as follows:
The annual compensation limit under §§ 401(a)(17), 404(l), 408(k)(3)(C), and 408(k)(6)(D)(ii) is increased from $205,000 to $210,000.
The dollar limitation under § 416(i) (1)(A)(i) concerning the definition of key employee in a top-heavy plan is increased from $130,000 to $135,000.
The dollar amount under § 409(o) (1)(C)(ii) for determining the maximum account balance in an employee stock ownership plan subject to a 5-year distribution period is increased from $830,000 to $850,000, while the dollar amount used to determine the lengthening of the 5-year distribution period is increased from $165,000 to $170,000.
The limitation used in the definition of highly compensated employee under § 414(q)(1)(B) is increased from $90,000 to $95,000.
The annual compensation limitation under § 401(a)(17) for eligible participants in certain governmental plans that, under the plan as in effect on July 1, 1993, allowed cost-of-living adjustments to the compensation limitation under the plan under § 401(a)(17) to be taken into account, is increased from $305,000 to $315,000.
The compensation amount under § 408(k)(2)(C) regarding simplified employee pensions (SEPs) remains unchanged at $450.
The compensation amounts under § 1.61-21(f)(5)(i) of the Income Tax Regulations concerning the definition of “control employee” for fringe benefit valuation purposes is increased from $80,000 to $85,000. The compensation amount under § 1.61-21(f)(5)(iii) is increased from $165,000 to $170,000.
The Code, as amended by EGTRRA, specifies the applicable dollar amount for a particular year for certain limitations. These applicable dollar amounts are as follows:
The limitation under § 402(g)(1) on the exclusion for elective deferrals described in § 402(g)(3) is increased from $13,000 to $14,000.
The limitation under § 408(p)(2)(E) regarding SIMPLE retirement accounts is increased from $9,000 to $10,000.
The limitation on deferrals under § 457(e)(15) concerning deferred compensation plans of state and local governments and tax-exempt organizations is increased from $13,000 to $14,000.
The dollar limitation under § 414(v) (2)(B)(i) for catch-up contributions to an applicable employer plan other than a plan described in § 401(k)(11) or 408(p) for individuals aged 50 or over is increased from $3,000 to $4,000. The dollar limitation under § 414(v)(2)(B)(ii) for catch-up contributions to an applicable employer plan described in § 401(k)(11) or 408(p) for individuals aged 50 or over is increased from $1,500 to $2,000.
Administrators of defined benefit or defined contribution plans that have received favorable determination letters should not request new determination letters solely because of yearly amendments to adjust maximum limitations in the plans.
The principal author of this notice is John Heil of the Employee Plans, Tax Exempt and Government Entities Division. For further information regarding the data in this notice, please contact the Employee Plans’ taxpayer assistance telephone service at 1-877-829-5500 (a toll-free call) between the hours of 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Eastern time Monday through Friday. For information regarding the methodology used in arriving at the data in this notice, please contact Mr. Heil at 1-202-283-9888 (not a toll-free call).
 Based on News Release IR-2004-127 dated October 20, 2004.
Under authority contained in the Social Security Act (“the Act”), the Commissioner, Social Security Administration, has determined and announced (69 F.R. 62497, dated October 26, 2004) that the contribution and benefit base for remuneration paid in 2005, and self-employment income earned in taxable years beginning in 2005 is $90,000.
The “old-law” contribution and benefit base for 2005 is $66,900. This is the base that would have been effective under the Act without the enactment of the 1977 amendments. We compute the base under section 230(b) of the Act as it read prior to the 1977 amendments.
The “old-law” contribution and benefit base is used by:
(a) The Railroad Retirement program to determine certain tax liabilities and tier II benefits payable under that program to supplement the tier I payments which correspond to basic Social Security benefits,
(b) The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation to determine the maximum amount of pension guaranteed under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (as stated in section 230(d) of the Social Security Act),
(c) Social Security to determine a year of coverage in computing the special minimum benefit, as described earlier, and
(d) Social Security to determine a year of coverage (acquired whenever earnings equal or exceed 25 percent of the “old-law” base for this purpose only) in computing benefits for persons who are also eligible to receive pensions based on employment not covered under section 210 of the Act.
The minimum amount a domestic worker must earn so that such earnings are covered under Social Security or Medicare is the domestic employee coverage threshold. For 2005, this threshold is $1,400. Section 3121(x) of the Internal Revenue Code provides the formula for increasing the threshold.
Under the formula, the domestic employee coverage threshold amount for 2005 shall be equal to the 1995 amount of $1,000 multiplied by the ratio of the national average wage index for 2003 to that for 1993. If the resulting amount is not a multiple of $100, it shall be rounded to the next lower multiple of $100.
Multiplying the 1995 domestic employee coverage threshold amount ($1,000) by the ratio of the national average wage index for 2003 ($34,064.95) to that for 1993 ($23,132.67) produces the amount of $1,472.59. We then round this amount to $1,400. Accordingly, the domestic employee coverage threshold amount is $1,400 for 2005.
This document contains corrections to final regulations that were published in the Federal Register on July 20, 2004 (T.D. 9141, 2004-35 I.R.B. 359 [69 FR 43304]). This regulation relates to the section 904(d) foreign tax credit limitation and to the exclusion of certain export financing interest from foreign personal holding company income.
The final regulations that are the subject of these corrections are under section 904(d) of the Internal Revenue Code.
As published, T.D. 9141 contains errors that may prove to be misleading and are in need of clarification.
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Paragraph 1. The authority citation for part 1 continues to read in part as follows:
Authority: 26 USC 7805 * * *
Par. 2. Section 1.904(b)-1(g) Example 3 (v), the introductory text is amended by removing the language “$424.87/$2571.42, computed as follows:” and adding the language “$412/$2571.42, computed as follows:” in its place.
Par. 3. Section 1.904(b)-1(g) Example 4 (iii), the second sentence is amended by removing the language “paragraph (c)(1) of this section. Under Step 1, the U.S. long-term capital loss adjustment amount is $50 ($80-$30). Under Step 2, the” and adding the language “paragraph (c)(1) of this section. Under Step 1, the U.S. long-term capital loss adjustment amount is $50 ($80-$30). Under Step 2, the” in its place.
Par. 4. Section 1.904-(b)-1(g) Example 5 (iii), the second sentence is amended by removing the language “Under Step 1, the U.S. long-term capital loss adjustment amount is $50 ($150-$100).” and adding the language “Under Step 1, the U.S. long-term capital loss adjustment amount is $50 ($150-$100).” in its place.
Par. 5. Section 1.904(b)-2, paragraph (c), the second sentence is amended by removing the language “apply §1.904(b)-1(i) and this” and adding the language “apply §1.904(b)-1 and this” in its place.Cynthia Grigsby,
Acting Chief, Regulations and Publications Branch,
Legal Processing Division,
Associate Chief Counsel
(Procedure and Administration).
The following organizations have failed to establish or have been unable to maintain their status as public charities or as operating foundations. Accordingly, grantors and contributors may not, after this date, rely on previous rulings or designations in the Cumulative List of Organizations (Publication 78), or on the presumption arising from the filing of notices under section 508(b) of the Code. This listing does not indicate that the organizations have lost their status as organizations described in section 501(c)(3), eligible to receive deductible contributions.
Former Public Charities. The following organizations (which have been treated as organizations that are not private foundations described in section 509(a) of the Code) are now classified as private foundations:
|20th Century Legends Museum, Inc.,||Indianapolis||IN|
|Abundant Life Community Services, Inc.,||Brooklyn||NY|
|Age of Awareness, Inc.,||Bowie||MD|
|Alice-in-Wonderland Volunteer Service, Inc.,||Las Cruces||NM|
|Alpha Omega Family Ministries, Inc.,||Irvine||CA|
|Alumni Association of Hunter College of the City University of New York,||New York||NY|
|American Academy of Distance Learning & Training, Inc.,||Valley City||ND|
|American Foundation for Disabilities Service, Inc.,||Massapequa Park||NY|
|American Friends of Shefa Chaim Vrachamim,||Brooklyn||NY|
|American Friends of the Pushkin Museum, Inc.,||New York||NY|
|Amkar Competition Team, Inc.,||San Antonio||TX|
|Argentine Professionals Association,||Santa Fe Springs||CA|
|Association of Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Networks,||Sacramento||CA|
|Bachman Lake Foundation,||Dallas||TX|
|Barrow Curling & Hockey Association,||Barrow||AK|
|Better Beginnings Corp.,||Pittsburgh||PA|
|Beyond the Wilderness, Inc.,||Tecumseh||OK|
|Brain Friendly Learning Corporation,||Flint||MI|
|Bright Dreams International,||Austin||TX|
|Broomfield Youth Football Association,||Broomfield||CO|
|Center for Cultural Awareness in Global Business, Inc.,||New York||NY|
|Center for Family Enrichment,||Tampa||FL|
|Chestertown Arts League, Inc.,||Chestertown||MD|
|Child Development Foundation,||Herndon||VA|
|Children's Church Hospital, Inc.,||Orlando||FL|
|Childrens International Experiential Learning Organization, Incorporated,||West Palm Beach||FL|
|Circulo De La Vida Corporation,||Miami||FL|
|Coachella Valley High School Band Boosters,||Thermal||CA|
|Coon Rapids-Bayard Educational Corporation,||Coon Rapids||IA|
|Cotulla Housing Assistance,||Cotulla||TX|
|Davis & Dingle Health Institute,||Cola||SC|
|D.A.V.K.A.T. National Ministries, Inc.,||Paducah||KY|
|Delaware River Steamboat Floating Classroom, Inc.,||Princeton||NJ|
|Demon Busters Strategic Swat Team,||Palmdale||CA|
|Dorough Lupus Foundation,||Palm Bay||FL|
|Ebeneezer Childrens Estate, Inc.,||Brooksville||FL|
|Economic Development Institute,||San Diego||CA|
|Education Advancement Pre-School Day Care & Tutoring Center,||Shreveport||LA|
|Education Foundation, Inc.,||Montgomery||AL|
|EF Low Income Housing Incorporate,||Los Angeles||CA|
|EGBA Association of Florida, Inc.,||North Miami Beach||FL|
|Eleanor Richards Johnson Foundation, Inc.,||Lake Worth||FL|
|End Time Ministries, Inc.,||Miami||FL|
|Ethiopian Community of South Florida, Inc.,||Miami||FL|
|Evin Thayer Scholarship Fund,||Houston||TX|
|Expanded Horizons, Inc.,||Brackettville||TX|
|Faith Works Academy,||Hurst||TX|
|Families & Friends of Murder Victims,||Fairfield||CA|
|Family Life Foundation,||Englewood||CO|
|Fatima Journey Foundation,||Beverly Hills||CA|
|Feline Rescue League, Inc.,||Islamorada||FL|
|First Responder Institute, Inc.,||Burtonsville||MD|
|First Step to Freedom, Inc.,||Rosedale||NY|
|Florida Farmworkers Housing Coalition, Inc.,||Ft. Lauderdale||FL|
|Florida Reef Foundation, Inc.,||Palm Beach||FL|
|Freemans Outreach Center, Inc.,||Memphis||TN|
|Friends of Honduras,||Portland||OR|
|Friends of Public Art, Inc.,||Miami||FL|
|Friends of the Chapel in the Park, Inc.,||Huntsville||AL|
|Friends of the Library of Pompano Beach,||Pompano Beach||FL|
|Friends of the Ripon Seniors Center,||Ripon||CA|
|Fundacions Cultural Hispanoamericana, Inc.,||Miami Beach||FL|
|Future Leaders of Elmore Co., Inc.,||Wetumpka||AL|
|Future Visions Youth Development, Inc.,||Boynton Beach||FL|
|General European Ministries, Inc.,||Hattiesburg||MS|
|Gentle Resettlement-Independent Living for the Elderly,||Gautier||MS|
|Glendora Economic and Community Development, Inc.,||Glendora||MS|
|Good Grief Ministries, Inc.,||Rancho Cordova||CA|
|Good Samaritans of San Diego,||Ramona||CA|
|Gospel Travelers Ministry, Inc.,||Indianapolis||IN|
|Grand Oak Wildlife Preservation Park, Inc.,||Mobile||AL|
|Grand Village of the Kickapoo Park Foundation,||Leroy||IL|
|Grandparents Empowerment Media,||Susanville||CA|
|Great Family Tree, Incorporated,||Selma||AL|
|Great Western Development Corporation, Inc.,||Birmingham||AL|
|Greater Hope Life Center, Inc.,||New York||NY|
|Greater New Zion Hope Outreach Ministries,||Pompano Beach||FL|
|Haitian Outreach Partnership for Empowerment, Inc.,||Lauderhill||FL|
|Happy Angels, Inc.,||Miami||FL|
|Harvest Community Development, Inc.,||Ft. Lauderdale||FL|
|Haven West, Inc.,||Edmond||OK|
|Health Care Assistance Foundation, Inc.,||Boston||MA|
|Health Flight, Inc.,||Boca Raton||FL|
|Helping Hand Foundation,||Boxborough||MA|
|Hemingway Community Development Corp.,||District Heights||MD|
|Higher Power Ministries, Inc.,||Miami Lakes||FL|
|Horticultural Exchange International, Inc.,||Saint Paul||MN|
|House of Outreach, Inc.,||Woodbine||GA|
|Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland,||London||United Kingdom|
|I Am Just Me, Inc.,||Richmond||CA|
|Ikhtius International, Inc.,||Sacramento||CA|
|Impacto De Vida, Inc.,||Philadelphia||PA|
|Incentive Ranch, Inc.,||Houston||TX|
|Incentive Ranch, Inc.,||Katy||TX|
|Independent Living for Senior Citizens, Inc.,||St. Thomas||VI|
|Indian River Institute,||Ft. Pierce||FL|
|Indiana National Football League Players Association Foundation, Inc.,||Bloomington||IN|
|Indiantown Education Coalition, Inc.,||Indiantown||FL|
|Institute for Applied Research,||Atlanta||GA|
|Institute for Democracy in Cuba, Inc.,||Miami||FL|
|International Glaucoma Foundation, Inc.,||Queens Village||NY|
|International Scholars & Associates,||Los Angeles||CA|
|Island Music Awards, Inc.,||Davie||FL|
|Italia Italia Foundation, Inc.,||Miami Beach||FL|
|Ixcan Foundation,||Santa Fe||NM|
|JC1 Lord Ministries,||Kennesaw||GA|
|Jewish Institute for the Arts, Inc.,||Boca Raton||FL|
|Joyce Community Services, Inc.,||Compton||CA|
|Just Ride on Foundation, Inc.,||Hialeah||FL|
|Kaz Community Development Corporation,||Chicago||IL|
|Kelseyville Youth Center,||Kelseyville||CA|
|Kerusso Ministry, Inc.,||Ripley||MS|
|Kid Biz Child Care & Consultant Services, Inc.,||Greenville||MS|
|Kids R Us 1, Inc.,||Brooksville||MS|
|La Sierra Fire Company,||Oregon House||CA|
|Lawyers for Getting Offenders Off Drugs Good, Inc.,||Alexandria||VA|
|Leadership Tomorrow Foundation,||Republic||MO|
|Lee's Family Foundation,||Fremont||CA|
|Light of the World - Radio Church, Inc.,||Gonzales||CA|
|Lighthouse for the Lamb Ministries, Inc.,||Plant City||FL|
|Lita Del Real Foundation, Inc.,||Miami||FL|
|Literary Society, Inc.,||Fort Myers||FL|
|Little Less Academy,||Delray Beach||FL|
|Little Rock Angels Youth Center CDC Ultimate Sports Connections,||Little Rock||AR|
|LS Daycare College, Inc.,||Belle Glade||FL|
|Lucerne Valley Citizen on Patrol Unit 414,||Lucerne Valley||CA|
|Lucy Unique, Inc.,||Mobile||AL|
|Mahabere-Selam Ethiopian Youth Bible Ministry, Inc.,||Arlington||VA|
|Manchineel Chutney Theater, Inc.,||St. John||VI|
|Manhattan Youth Baseball League,||New York||NY|
|Mel Collins Memorial Childrens Foundation, Inc.,||New York||NY|
|Merit Foundation, Inc.,||Phelan||CA|
|Mira Costa Softball Booster Club,||Manhattan Beach||CA|
|Mitochondrial Support Group of Florida, Inc.,||West Palm Beach||FL|
|Mobile Magic Land, Inc.,||Mobile||AL|
|Monroe County Girls Fast Pitch Softball Association,||Monroeville||AL|
|Moreno Valley Arts Association,||Moreno Valley||CA|
|Motivating and Affirming the Genius in Children Magic,||Bowie||MD|
|MS Coalition for Community Welfare,||Meridian||MS|
|Mt. Calvary Community Development Corporation, Inc.,||Belle Glade||FL|
|Muscle Shoals Association of Ministers-Musicians, Inc.,||Florence||AL|
|Muslim Family and Children Services,||Seattle||WA|
|Napa Valley Community Theater,||Rutherford||CA|
|National Association of College Students,||Ft. Myers||FL|
|National Center for Advanced Marine Applications, Inc.,||Mobile||AL|
|National Center for Preservation of Traditional American Family Values,||Las Vegas||NV|
|National Housing and Neighborhood Development Corporation,||Des Moines||IA|
|National Paleolithic Society,||Houston||TX|
|National Youth Foundation,||Glendale||CA|
|Neighborhood Wholistic Alliance Development Corporation, Inc.,||Philadelphia||PA|
|New Horizons Institute,||Los Angeles||CA|
|New Horizons Ministries International,||Oxford||AL|
|Newburgh Baseball Boosters Club,||Newburgh||NY|
|Noahs Ark,||Long Beach||CA|
|North Bay Environmental Institute,||Mill Valley||CA|
|North Tennessee Workforce Board, Inc.,||Clarksville||TN|
|Northwood Preserve Association, Inc.,||West Palm Beach||FL|
|Oasis Child Development Center, Inc.,||Coral Springs||FL|
|Organizacion La Barca Jalisco, Inc.,||Huntington Park||CA|
|Ouachita Mountains Biological Station,||Shreveport||LA|
|Palm Beach Benefit, Inc.,||Wellington||FL|
|Palm Beach County Business Incubator, Inc.,||West Palm Beach||FL|
|Papa's Ark of Safety, Inc.,||Atoka||OK|
|Paradise Dive Adventure & Aquarium,||Bentonville||AR|
|Pass the Word,||Central Point||OR|
|Pawnee Pioneer Trails Scenic and Historic Byway Council, Inc.,||Sterling||CO|
|Ponderosa Learning Center,||Greenwood||MS|
|Positive Hispanic Women, Inc.,||Hialeah||FL|
|Preservation and Restoration Initiatives for Developing Eastside,||Buffalo||NY|
|Primary Homes, Inc.,||Whittier||CA|
|Pro Viviendas V, Inc.,||Canovas||PR|
|Project Mac, Inc.,||West Palm Beach||FL|
|Prostate Cancer Foundation, Inc.,||Portland||OR|
|Puppy Hill Farm Animal Rescue, Inc.,||Melrose||FL|
|Quality Housing Foundation I, Inc.,||Atlanta||GA|
|R R R Services, Inc.,||Miami||FL|
|Raggedy Ann Day Care Center,||Moorhead||MS|
|Rainbow Bridge Communities,||Michigan City||IN|
|Read a Lot, Inc.,||Jackson||MS|
|Recovery Ministries, Inc.,||Troup||TX|
|Recue of Love, Inc.,||Canton||GA|
|Resurrection Baptist Church Community Development Corporation,||Philadelphia||PA|
|Richard and Catherine H. Gottfred Foundation,||Golf||IL|
|Richmond Steelers Youth Football Association,||Richmond||CA|
|River of Life Ministries, Inc.,||Fort Myers||FL|
|River Road Museum - Shell Norco,||Norco||LA|
|Riverwood Neighborhood Alliance, Inc.,||Nashville||TN|
|Robert L. Banks Jr. Outreach Ministries, Inc.,||Pahokee||FL|
|Rosebush Interfaith Retirement Community,||Rosebush||MI|
|Sacramento Component Choir,||Sacramento||CA|
|Sacramento Resources Association,||Sacramento||CA|
|Sacramento Sickle Cell, Inc.,||Sacramento||CA|
|Safe Driver Express, Inc.,||Lake Park||FL|
|Saint Marys Garden of Hope,||Downey||CA|
|Sal Bosco Memorial Scholarship Foundation, Inc.,||Coral Springs||FL|
|San Gabriel Friendly Family Medical Group,||Long Beach||CA|
|S A N E, Inc.,||Boca Raton||FL|
|Sara Domb Torah Fund, Inc.,||New York||NY|
|Seed Time, Inc.,||West Palm Beach||FL|
|Sena Foundation, Inc.,||Sweetwater||FL|
|Sheila and Jeffrey Lane Foundation,||Woodland Hills||CA|
|Shipley Village Community Development Corporation,||Wilmington||DE|
|Silver Chair Ministries,||Birmingham||AL|
|Solomon Chapel Community Development, Incorporated,||Cleveland||MS|
|Sonoma Bear Flag Foundation,||Sonoma||CA|
|Soul Corporation,||Windsor Mill||MD|
|Soulfire Creative Center, Inc.,||Springdale||UT|
|South Fork Mountain Defense, Inc.,||Mad River||CA|
|South Valley Rio Grande Performing Arts Foundation,||Albuquerque||NM|
|Southern Arizona Warbirds, Inc.,||Tucson||AZ|
|Southern Disability Foundation, Inc.,||Montgomery||AL|
|Spindrift Research & Development, Inc.,||Ft. Lauderdale||FL|
|St. Stephens Revitalization Community Development Corporation,||Elizabeth City||NC|
|Star Ministries, Inc.,||Madisonville||KY|
|Steeple Economic Community Development Corporation, Inc.,||Shreveport||LA|
|Sunrise Day Care Center, Inc.,||St. Thomas||VI|
|Sunshine Leisure Care, Inc.,||West Palm Beach||FL|
|Teen Relief, Inc.,||Bradenton||FL|
|Theater With Your Coffee, Inc.,||Miami||FL|
|Thee Unlimited Outreach Ministries and Apocalypse Church, Inc.,||Hollywood||FL|
|Tri-Cities Animal Shelter,||Richland||WA|
|Tri County Veterans Outreach,||Colville||WA|
|Tri County Veterans Outreach,||Evans||WA|
|Trinity Bethel, Inc.,||Houston||TX|
|Trinity Housing Development, Inc.,||Atlanta||GA|
|T R I P Plus,||Las Vegas||NV|
|Turtle Cove Retreat, Inc.,||Corryton||TN|
|Ukrainet Corporation, Inc.,||North Miami||FL|
|Universal Health Education Foundation,||Oakland||CA|
|Universidad De Palermo Foundation,||Miami||FL|
|Village Mission Service, Inc.,||Miami||FL|
|Virgin Islands Americas Cup Foundation, Inc.,||St. Thomas||VI|
|Vision & Wisdom, Inc.,||Moultrie||GA|
|Vision Community Services, Inc.,||Alta Loma||CA|
|Vision of Hope for Youth,||Richmond||CA|
|V I S I O N S Broward County, Inc.,||Ft. Lauderdale||FL|
|Vocational Rehabilitation Equity Assistance Program,||Norfolk||NE|
|Volunteers for Ontario, Inc.,||Canandaigua||NY|
|W P A Section on Interdisciplinary Collaboration, Inc.,||Buffalo||NY|
|Warehouse Repertory Theatre,||Fort Bragg||CA|
|WARR - Women at Real Risk,||Washington||DC|
|Warriors Outreach Center, Inc.,||Houston||TX|
|We Care Scholarship Fund, Inc.,||Tuscaloosa||AL|
|West Palm Beach Independent Film Festival, Inc.,||West Palm Beach||FL|
|Westhaven Artists and Crafters,||Trinidad||CA|
|Weston Lakes Women's Association Community Foundation, Inc.,||Fulshear||TX|
|Wheelin Sportsmen of America, Inc.,||Johnston||SC|
|Word Team Ministries, Inc.,||Jenks||OK|
|Work of Art Program, Inc.,||West Palm Beach||FL|
|World Education Fund for Women,||Rochester||NY|
|World EOD Foundation, Inc.,||Coral Gables||FL|
|World Wide Communion,||Grand Junction||CO|
|Worldwide Miracle Revivals, Inc.,||Tuscaloosa||AL|
|Yad Chaim, Inc.,||Brighton||MA|
|Yoknapatawpha Exotic Animal Refuge, Inc.,||Oxford||MS|
|Youngshine Media, Inc.,||West Caldwell||NJ|
|Youth Educational Studies,||New Orleans||LA|
|Zoya Ministries, Inc.,||Plano||TX|
If an organization listed above submits information that warrants the renewal of its classification as a public charity or as a private operating foundation, the Internal Revenue Service will issue a ruling or determination letter with the revised classification as to foundation status. Grantors and contributors may thereafter rely upon such ruling or determination letter as provided in section 1.509(a)-7 of the Income Tax Regulations. It is not the practice of the Service to announce such revised classification of foundation status in the Internal Revenue Bulletin.
Under Title 31, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 10, attorneys, certified public accountants, enrolled agents, and enrolled actuaries may not accept assistance from, or assist, any person who is under disbarment or suspension from practice before the Internal Revenue Service if the assistance relates to a matter constituting practice before the Internal Revenue Service and may not knowingly aid or abet another person to practice before the Internal Revenue Service during a period of suspension, disbarment, or ineligibility of such other person.
To enable attorneys, certified public accountants, enrolled agents, and enrolled actuaries to identify persons to whom these restrictions apply, the Director, Office of Professional Responsibility, will announce in the Internal Revenue Bulletin their names, their city and state, their professional designation, the effective date of disciplinary action, and the period of suspension. This announcement will appear in the weekly Bulletin at the earliest practicable date after such action and will continue to appear in the weekly Bulletins for five successive weeks.
Under Title 31, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 10, an attorney, certified public accountant, enrolled agent, or enrolled actuary, in order to avoid institution or conclusion of a proceeding for his or her disbarment or suspension from practice before the Internal Revenue Service, may offer his or her consent to suspension from such practice. The Director, Office of Professional Responsibility, in his discretion, may suspend an attorney, certified public accountant, enrolled agent, or enrolled actuary in accordance with the consent offered.
The following individuals have been placed under consent suspension from practice before the Internal Revenue Service:
|Sanchez, Wayne L.||Derby, KS||Attorney||Indefinite from July 12, 2004|
|Gatti, John T.||Orlando, FL||Enrolled Agent||Indefinite from July 16, 2004|
|Hall, Beverly J.||Newberg, OR||Enrolled Agent||Indefinite from July 26, 2004|
|Spencer, Robert E.||Wilmington, NC||Enrolled Agent||Indefinite from August 11, 2004|
|Lebaron, Betty J.||Mesa, AZ||Enrolled Agent||Indefinite from August 17, 2004|
|Worrell, Douglas||Streamwood, IL||Attorney||Indefinite from August 23, 2004|
|Singleton, Stan R.||Derby, KS||Attorney||Indefinite from August 30, 2004|
|Halpern, Barbara||Weston, CT||CPA||Indefinite from September 15, 2004|
|Johnson, Jeanne M.||Hoquiam, WA||Enrolled Agent||Indefinite from September 27, 2004|
|Fisher, Robert||Holbrook, AZ||Enrolled Agent||Indefinite from October 5, 2004|
|Valdez II, Arthur||Albuquerque, NM||CPA||Indefinite from October 19, 2004|
|Wilshire Jr., Raymond B.||Fort Worth, TX||Enrolled Agent||Indefinite from December 1, 2004|
Under Title 31, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 10, the Director, Office of Professional Responsibility, is authorized to immediately suspend from practice before the Internal Revenue Service any practitioner who, within five years from the date the expedited proceeding is instituted (1) has had a license to practice as an attorney, certified public accountant, or actuary suspended or revoked for cause or (2) has been convicted of certain crimes.
The following individuals have been placed under suspension from practice before the Internal Revenue Service by virtue of the expedited proceeding provisions:
|Daly, Thomas J.||Elmsford, NY||CPA||Indefinite from August 20, 2004|
|Jewett, Jerry A.||Fremont, OH||Attorney||Indefinite from September 8, 2004|
|Kyllo, Harry N.||Portland, OR||CPA||Indefinite from September 9, 2004|
|Pearl, David S.||Reisterstown, MD||Attorney||Indefinite from September 21, 2004|
|Graugnard, Paul E.||Alexandria, LA||Attorney||Indefinite from September 21, 2004|
|Thomas, Robert C.||Natchitoches, LA||Attorney||Indefinite from September 21, 2004|
|Culver Jr., Allan J.||Bel Air, MD||Attorney||Indefinite from September 21, 2004|
|Christovich, Michael||New Orleans, LA||Attorney||Indefinite from September 27, 2004|
|Turner, Haiden W.||Farmers Branch, TX||CPA||Indefinite from September 27, 2004|
|Tuttle, Heidi||Unionville, CT||Attorney||Indefinite from September 27, 2004|
|Oberhauser Jr., Louis||Wayzata, MN||Attorney||Indefinite from September 27, 2004|
|Nelson, John A.||Wilmar, MN||Attorney||Indefinite from September 27, 2004|
|Judd Jr., John K.||Taft, CA||CPA||Indefinite from September 30, 2004|
|McGrady, Michael S.||Hankins, NY||Attorney||Indefinite from October 1, 2004|
|Wahl-Taylor, Kimberly||Council Bluffs, IA||Attorney||Indefinite from October 4, 2004|
|Haneberg III, Elmer C.W.||Chicago, IL||Attorney||Indefinite from October 6, 2004|
|McDonald, Michael G.||Methuen, MA||Attorney||Indefinite from October 6, 2004|
|Mason Jr., Maurice||Dracut, MA||Attorney||Indefinite from October 6, 2004|
|Aaron, Stanley R.||Baton Rouge, LA||Attorney||Indefinite from October 6, 2004|
|McFarland, Sheila E.||Chicago, IL||Attorney||Indefinite from October 6, 2004|
|Deutchman, Murray L.||Barnesville, MD||Attorney||Indefinite from October 6, 2004|
|Wolfert, Marvin L.||Foxboro, MA||Attorney||Indefinite from October 6, 2004|
|Andricopoulos, Maureen||Chelmsford, MA||Attorney||Indefinite from October 6, 2004|
|Ezuruike, Maurice||Austin, TX||Attorney||Indefinite from October 6, 2004|
|Jones, Thomas C.||Dekalb, IL||Attorney||Indefinite from October 6, 2004|
|Yopp, L. Gregory||Louisville, KY||Attorney||Indefinite from October 6, 2004|
|Waples, Alan N.||Burlington, IA||Attorney||Indefinite from October 6, 2004|
|Ghitelman, Gayle S.||Brookline, MA||Attorney||Indefinite from October 6, 2004|
|Bulas Jr., Luis||Hollywood, FL||Enrolled Agent||Indefinite from October 15, 2004|
|Earl, Thomas J.||Moses Lake, WA||Attorney||Indefinite from October 8, 2004|
|George, Gary R.||Milwaukee, WI||Attorney||Indefinite from October 8, 2004|
|Jordan, David M.||San Antonio, TX||Attorney||Indefinite from October 8, 2004|
|Young III, George G.||Havertown, PA||Attorney||Indefinite from October 8, 2004|
|Tanner, Martin||Salt Lake City, UT||Attorney||Indefinite from October 8, 2004|
|Jensen, Georg||Cheyenne, WY||Attorney||Indefinite from October 8, 2004|
|Slowiaczek, Peter A.||Lakewood, WA||Attorney||Indefinite from October 8, 2004|
|Fennell, David E.||New Castle, WA||Attorney||Indefinite from October 8, 2004|
|Gish, Robert||Basin, WY||Attorney||Indefinite from October 8, 2004|
|Ramirez, Silverio||Roselle, NJ||Attorney||Indefinite from October 8, 2004|
|Flaherty, Patrick J.||Traverse City, MI||CPA||Indefinite from October 19, 2004|
|Vanden Berg, Steven||Mason City, IA||Attorney||Indefinite from October 25, 2004|
|Johnson, Jamis M.||Salt Lake City, UT||Attorney||Indefinite from October 25, 2004|
|Braskey, James F.||Frostburg, MD||Attorney||Indefinite from October 25, 2004|
|Mills, Laurence A.||Wellesley, MA||Attorney||Indefinite from October 26, 2004|
Under Title 31, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 10, in lieu of a proceeding being instituted or continued, an attorney, certified public accountant, enrolled agent, or enrolled actuary, may offer his or her consent to the issuance of a censure. Censure is a public reprimand.
The following individuals have consented to the issuance of a Censure:
|Dayandayan, Angel Y.||Irvine, CA||Enrolled Agent||July 27, 2004|
|Summers, Todd W.||Stockton, CA||Enrolled Agent||August 10, 2004|
|Barrett Sr., Jeffrey J.||Catskill, NY||CPA||August 31, 2004|
|Davis, Charles W.||San Francisco, CA||Enrolled Agent||September 28, 2004|
|Giles, Benjamin M.||Wichita, KS||CPA||September 30, 2004|
Under Title 31, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 10, after notice and an opportunity for a proceeding before an administrative law judge, the following individuals have been placed under suspension from practice before the Internal Revenue Service:
|Lim, Edgar E.||St. Louis, MO||Attorney||August 2, 2004 to July 31, 2007|
Under Title 31, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 10, an enrolled agent, in order to avoid the institution or conclusion of a proceeding for his or her disbarment or suspension from practice before the Internal Revenue Service, may offer his or her resignation as an enrolled agent. The Director, Office of Professional Responsibility, in his discretion, may accept the offered resignation.
The Director, Office of Professional Responsibility, has accepted offers of resignation as an enrolled agent from the following individuals:
|Gleason, Daniel J.||Franklin, TN||September 30, 2004|
Under Title 31, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 10, an attorney, certified public accountant, enrolled agent, or enrolled actuary, in order to avoid institution or conclusion of a proceeding for his or her disbarment or suspension from practice before the Internal Revenue Service, may offer his or her consent to disbarment from such practice. The Director, Office of Professional Responsibility, in his discretion, may disbar an attorney, certified public accountant, enrolled agent, or enrolled actuary in accordance with the consent offered.
The following individuals have been placed under consent disbarment from practice before the Internal Revenue Service:
|Fort, Gala J.||Las Vegas, NV||CPA||Indefinite from October 19, 2004|
Amplified describes a situation where no change is being made in a prior published position, but the prior position is being extended to apply to a variation of the fact situation set forth therein. Thus, if an earlier ruling held that a principle applied to A, and the new ruling holds that the same principle also applies to B, the earlier ruling is amplified. (Compare with modified, below).
Clarified is used in those instances where the language in a prior ruling is being made clear because the language has caused, or may cause, some confusion. It is not used where a position in a prior ruling is being changed.
Distinguished describes a situation where a ruling mentions a previously published ruling and points out an essential difference between them.
Modified is used where the substance of a previously published position is being changed. Thus, if a prior ruling held that a principle applied to A but not to B, and the new ruling holds that it applies to both A and B, the prior ruling is modified because it corrects a published position. (Compare with amplified and clarified, above).
Obsoleted describes a previously published ruling that is not considered determinative with respect to future transactions. This term is most commonly used in a ruling that lists previously published rulings that are obsoleted because of changes in laws or regulations. A ruling may also be obsoleted because the substance has been included in regulations subsequently adopted.
Revoked describes situations where the position in the previously published ruling is not correct and the correct position is being stated in a new ruling.
Superseded describes a situation where the new ruling does nothing more than restate the substance and situation of a previously published ruling (or rulings). Thus, the term is used to republish under the 1986 Code and regulations the same position published under the 1939 Code and regulations. The term is also used when it is desired to republish in a single ruling a series of situations, names, etc., that were previously published over a period of time in separate rulings. If the new ruling does more than restate the substance of a prior ruling, a combination of terms is used. For example, modified and superseded describes a situation where the substance of a previously published ruling is being changed in part and is continued without change in part and it is desired to restate the valid portion of the previously published ruling in a new ruling that is self contained. In this case, the previously published ruling is first modified and then, as modified, is superseded.
Supplemented is used in situations in which a list, such as a list of the names of countries, is published in a ruling and that list is expanded by adding further names in subsequent rulings. After the original ruling has been supplemented several times, a new ruling may be published that includes the list in the original ruling and the additions, and supersedes all prior rulings in the series.
Suspended is used in rare situations to show that the previous published rulings will not be applied pending some future action such as the issuance of new or amended regulations, the outcome of cases in litigation, or the outcome of a Service study.
Revenue rulings and revenue procedures (hereinafter referred to as “rulings”) that have an effect on previous rulings use the following defined terms to describe the effect:
The following abbreviations in current use and formerly used will appear in material published in the Bulletin.
B.T.A.—Board of Tax Appeals.
CFR—Code of Federal Regulations.
Del. Order—Delegation Order.
DISC—Domestic International Sales Corporation.
ERISA—Employee Retirement Income Security Act.
FICA—Federal Insurance Contributions Act.
FISC—Foreign International Sales Company.
FPH—Foreign Personal Holding Company.
FUTA—Federal Unemployment Tax Act.
G.C.M.—Chief Counsel’s Memorandum.
I.R.B.—Internal Revenue Bulletin.
PHC—Personal Holding Company.
PO—Possession of the U.S.
PTE—Prohibited Transaction Exemption.
Pub. L.—Public Law.
REIT—Real Estate Investment Trust.
Rev. Proc.—Revenue Procedure.
Rev. Rul.—Revenue Ruling.
S.P.R.—Statement of Procedural Rules.
Stat.—Statutes at Large.
T.D. —Treasury Decision.
T.I.R.—Technical Information Release.
U.S.C.—United States Code.
A cumulative list of all revenue rulings, revenue procedures, Treasury decisions, etc., published in Internal Revenue Bulletins 2004-1 through 2004-26 is in Internal Revenue Bulletin 2004-26, dated June 28, 2004.
Bulletins 2004-27 through 2004-46
A cumulative list of current actions on previously published items in Internal Revenue Bulletins 2004-1 through 2004-26 is in Internal Revenue Bulletin 2004-26, dated June 28, 2004.
Bulletins 2004-27 through 2004-46
|Old Article||Action||New Article||Issue||Link||Page|
|88-128||Supplemented by||Notice 2004-61||2004-41 I.R.B.||2004-41||596|
|98-65||Superseded by||Rev. Proc. 2004-40||2004-29 I.R.B.||2004-29||50|
|2001-50||Modified by||Rev. Proc. 2004-46||2004-31 I.R.B.||2004-31||142|
|2002-70||Modified by||Notice 2004-65||2004-41 I.R.B.||2004-41||599|
|2003-76||Supplemented and superseded by||Notice 2004-67||2004-41 I.R.B.||2004-41||600|
|2003-76||Modified by||Notice 2004-65||2004-41 I.R.B.||2004-41||599|
|2004-2||Modified by||Notice 2004-50||2004-33 I.R.B.||2004-33||196|
|2004-2||Corrected by||Ann. 2004-67||2004-36 I.R.B.||2004-36||459|
|Old Article||Action||New Article||Issue||Link||Page|
|INTL-116-90||Withdrawn by||REG-208246-90||2004-36 I.R.B.||2004-36||450|
|REG-208254-90||Withdrawn by||REG-136481-04||2004-37 I.R.B.||2004-37||480|
|REG-104683-00||Partially withdrawn by||Ann. 2004-64||2004-35 I.R.B.||2004-35||402|
|REG-165579-02||Withdrawn by||Ann. 2004-69||2004-39 I.R.B.||2004-39||542|
|REG-150562-03||Corrected by||Ann. 2004-68||2004-38 I.R.B.||2004-38||508|
|REG-150562-03||Corrected by||Ann. 2004-73||2004-39 I.R.B.||2004-39||543|
|Old Article||Action||New Article||Issue||Link||Page|
|79-61||Superseded by||Rev. Proc. 2004-44||2004-31 I.R.B.||2004-31||134|
|89-37||Obsoleted by||Rev. Rul. 2004-90||2004-34 I.R.B.||2004-34||317|
|94-64||Superseded by||Rev. Proc. 2004-38||2004-27 I.R.B.||2004-27||10|
|96-18||Obsoleted by||Rev. Rul. 2004-90||2004-34 I.R.B.||2004-34||317|
|96-53||Superseded by||Rev. Proc. 2004-40||2004-29 I.R.B.||2004-29||50|
|96-60||Superseded by||Rev. Proc. 2004-53||2004-34 I.R.B.||2004-34||320|
|98-41||Superseded by||Rev. Proc. 2004-56||2004-35 I.R.B.||2004-35||376|
|2000-37||Modified by||Rev. Proc. 2004-51||2004-33 I.R.B.||2004-33||294|
|2002-9||Modified and amplified by||Rev. Proc. 2004-41||2004-30 I.R.B.||2004-30||90|
|2003-28||Superseded by||Rev. Proc. 2004-58||2004-41 I.R.B.||2004-41||602|
|2003-30||Superseded by||Rev. Proc. 2004-54||2004-34 I.R.B.||2004-34||325|
|2003-52||Superseded by||Rev. Proc. 2004-50||2004-33 I.R.B.||2004-33||211|
|2003-73||Superseded by||Rev. Proc. 2004-62||2004-44 I.R.B.||2004-44||728|
|2003-80||Superseded by||Rev. Proc. 2004-60||2004-42 I.R.B.||2004-42||682|
|2003-83||Superseded by||Rev. Proc. 2004-63||2004-45 I.R.B.||2004-45||795|
|2004-4||Modified by||Rev. Proc. 2004-44||2004-31 I.R.B.||2004-31||134|
|2004-23||Modified by||Rev. Proc. 2004-57||2004-38 I.R.B.||2004-38||498|
|Old Article||Action||New Article||Issue||Link||Page|
|54-379||Superseded by||Rev. Rul. 2004-68||2004-31 I.R.B.||2004-31||118|
|58-120||Obsoleted by||Rev. Rul. 2004-90||2004-34 I.R.B.||2004-34||317|
|62-60||Amplified by||Rev. Proc. 2004-53||2004-34 I.R.B.||2004-34||320|
|70-58||Obsoleted by||Rev. Rul. 2004-90||2004-34 I.R.B.||2004-34||317|
|73-354||Obsoleted by||Rev. Rul. 2004-76||2004-31 I.R.B.||2004-31||111|
|78-371||Distinguished by||Rev. Rul. 2004-86||2004-33 I.R.B.||2004-33||191|
|79-64||Obsoleted by||Rev. Rul. 2004-90||2004-34 I.R.B.||2004-34||317|
|80-7||Amplified and clarified by||Rev. Rul. 2004-71||2004-30 I.R.B.||2004-30||74|
|80-7||Amplified and clarified by||Rev. Rul. 2004-72||2004-30 I.R.B.||2004-30||77|
|80-7||Amplified and clarified by||Rev. Rul. 2004-73||2004-30 I.R.B.||2004-30||80|
|80-7||Amplified and clarified by||Rev. Rul. 2004-74||2004-30 I.R.B.||2004-30||84|
|80-366||Obsoleted by||Rev. Rul. 2004-90||2004-34 I.R.B.||2004-34||317|
|81-100||Clarified and modified by||Rev. Rul. 2004-67||2004-28 I.R.B.||2004-28||28|
|85-70||Amplified and clarified by||Rev. Rul. 2004-71||2004-30 I.R.B.||2004-30||74|
|85-70||Amplified and clarified by||Rev. Rul. 2004-72||2004-30 I.R.B.||2004-30||77|
|85-70||Amplified and clarified by||Rev. Rul. 2004-73||2004-30 I.R.B.||2004-30||80|
|85-70||Amplified and clarified by||Rev. Rul. 2004-74||2004-30 I.R.B.||2004-30||84|
|92-105||Distinguished by||Rev. Rul. 2004-86||2004-33 I.R.B.||2004-33||191|
|95-63||Modified by||Rev. Rul. 2004-103||2004-45 I.R.B.||2004-45||783|
|2004-75||Amplified by||Rev. Rul. 2004-97||2004-39 I.R.B.||2004-39||516|
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