Post Profile






Ohio Companies to Treasury: 385 Regulations Negatively Impact Business

A group of nearly 50 Ohio companies, including a number of manufacturers, sent a letter to Treasury today about the negative impact the proposed Section 385 regulations are already having...
read more

share

Related Posts


Treasury's New Inversion Regs Aren't Just About Inversions

Business & Finance : Forbes: Business

On April 4 Treasury discarded its delicate, targeted approach to combating inversions and used its nuclear option. The government issued new proposed regulations under section 385 that would not just affect inversions, but would com...

Potential Progress on Section 385

Industries / Manufacturing : ShopFloor

This was a significant week for the NAM’s efforts to push back against the Treasury’s bombshell proposed regulations on Sec. 385, which would give the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) wide...

US Services PMI Bounces But Employment Hits 33-Month Lows

Business & Finance : Zero Hedge

US Services PMI bounced in September (flash) to 51.9 - the highest since April, but a weaker expansion of new business had a negative impact on employment growth in September. Staffing levels continued to rise, but the latest increa...

Section 385: From Debt to Equity – Listen to NAM’s Latest Tax Podcast

Industries / Manufacturing : ShopFloor

Though released as part of a package designed to curb cross-border mergers, the Treasury’s broad regulations do little to stop this activity. Instead, these efforts will have a significant negative...

Congress Increases Pressure Against Treasury 385 Regulations

Industries / Manufacturing : ShopFloor

The NAM has been front and center in the effort to push back on Treasury’s Section 385 debt/equity proposed regulations – leading the business community in writing to Treasury and...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC