place of business


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place of business

a place where business is done; a factory or office. Our place of business opens at 9:00 A.M. each day. You will have to come to our place of business to make a purchase.
See also: business, of, place
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a fixed place of business caused either by the operation of assets of the NRE located in the Contracting State or the action in that state of individual persons in a paid-employment relationship with the NRE, or
864-7(d)(1), a foreign person's fixed place of business includes a person present in the U.
The home office must be the taxpayer's principal place of business under Sec.
Consequently, CPAs should advise their clients to perform administrative tasks in their home offices or to open another regular place of business (shop) outside of their homes.
Determining which location is the principal place of business is simply a question of fact.
The definition of what constitutes a principal place of business is central to determining whether a taxpayer may claim a business deduction for allocated home-related office expenses such as utilities, repairs and depreciation.
The IRS disallowed Walker's transportation expenses between job sites and his residence, reasoning that these expenses were nondeductible commuting expenses because Walker's residence was not established as his principal place of business according to the standards in section 280A.
280A, deductions will be available to telecommuters if the home office is used only regularly and exclusively as the employee's principal place of business.
537 [1993]), the Tax Court allowed a self-employed tree cutter to deduct daily transportation expenses between his residence and numerous temporary work sites, even though Walker's home did not qualify as a principal place of business.
When there are two job locations, the taxpayer's principal place of business is his "tax home.
This test will be applied only if the initial relative-importance test does not determine the taxpayer's principal place of business.
a)D'equinox engineering ltd having ceased to trade having its registered office & principal place of business at 8 morrow house, myrtle avenue, the coast, baldoyle, Dublin 13 d13e762 & (b)Carlow tempe support club clg having ceased to trade having its registered office & principal place of business at c/o holy angels day care centre, strawhall industrial estate, Carlow & (c)Mulvey contracting ltd having ceased to trade having its registered office & principal place of business at 2a serpentine road, ballsbridge, dublin 4 d04c2r2 & (d) Roomspace ltd having ceased to trade having its registered office & principal place of business at unit 1a southern cross business park, boghall road, bray, co.
Further, even in the absence of a dispute as to the location of a noncorporate holder's principal place of business, there is also the potential for conflict with the remaining jurisdictions (which generally follow the Uniform Disposition of Unclaimed Property Act of 1954 or its 1966 revision or have enacted their own unique form of unclaimed property legislation).
The Internal Revenue Service denied the deductions, claiming the home office was not Soliman's principal place of business (Internal Revenue Code section 280A(c) (1)(A)).
a)Niamh Kenneally ltd having ceased to trade having its registered office & principal place of business at 13 cork street, kinsale, co.