New Regulations on Debt Share for 'Disguised Sales'

, New York Law Journal


In their Taxation column, Ezra Dyckman and Daniel Stahl discuss the new regulations issued by the Treasury Department October 2016 that modify a number of the partnership debt allocation rules and write how the new regulations have taken a "drastic approach, with respect to determining a partner's share of partnership liabilities for purposes of the "disguised sale" rules—and in a surprising twist cause some partnership liabilities to not be included in any partner's share."

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