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June 01, 2017 News & Announcements

Government Submissions Boxscore

Government submissions are a key component of the Section’s government relations activities. View our most recent submissions here. The full archive is available to the public on the website: http://www.americanbar.org/groups/taxation/policy.html.

SUBMISSIONS AND COMMENTS ON GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS, ADMINISTRATIVE RULINGS, BLANKET AUTHORITY and ABA POLICY

TO: Internal Revenue Service
DATE: 5/10/2017
CODE SECTION: n/a
TITLE: Comments on the History of Tax-Exemption of Interest on State and Local Bonds
COMMITTEE: Tax-Exempt Financing
CONTACT: Todd L. Cooper, David J. Cholst

TO: Internal Revenue Service
DATE: 5/9/2017
CODE SECTION: n/a
TITLE: Comments on Recent Practice Changes at IRS Appeals
COMMITTEE: Administrative Practice; Pro Bono & Tax Clinics
CONTACT: Thomas D. Greenaway, George A. Hani

TO: Internal Revenue Service
DATE: 5/8/2017
CODE SECTION: 2, 32, 63, 152
TITLE: Comments on Proposed Regulations Under Sections 2, 32, 62, and 152 (Definition of Dependents)
COMMITTEE: Individual & Family Taxation; Pro Bono & Tax Clinics
CONTACT: Joseph B. Schimmel

TO: Internal Revenue Service
DATE: 5/5/2017
CODE SECTION: 103(a)
TITLE: Comments on the Definition of Political Subdivision for Tax Exempt Bonds and other Tax Advantaged Bonds
COMMITTEE: Tax-Exempt Financing
CONTACT: David J. Cholst

TO: Internal Revenue Service
DATE: 5/4/2017
CODE SECTION: 1362(f)
TITLE: Comments on Draft Revenue Procedure Addressing Issues Under Section 1362(f)
COMMITTEE: S Corporations
CONTACT: Paul R. Kugler

TO: Internal Revenue Service
DATE: 3/7/2017
CODE SECTION: 1001
TITLE: Comments on Modifications of Debt Instruments under Section 1001
COMMITTEE: Financial Transactions
CONTACT: David C. Garlock, Eileen Marshall, Michael B. Shulman

The technical comments and blanket authority submissions listed in this index represent the views of the ABA Section of Taxation. They have not been approved by the ABA Board of Governors or the ABA House of Delegates and should not be construed as representing the policy of the ABA.