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July 2006

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IRS Revokes Letter Ruling

Say you have a transaction that you think needs the IRS’s blessing ahead of time. No problem. In many cases, you can pay a fee and obtain a private letter ruling from the IRS. In general, the ruling from the IRS is binding.


In what is an allowable—but unusual—event, private letter ruling 200613022 revokes a 2005 private letter ruling because the IRS did not consider one set of IRS regulations that changes the outcome of the original ruling.


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