place of business


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Related to place of business: business firm, principal place of business

a/(one's) place of business

The physical location from which business is conducted. This building has been our place of business ever since my great-grandfather established the company in 1875. It can be tricky working from home, but it helps having your place of business be confined to one specific room in the house. This is a place of business, so I'll thank you not to behave so rambunctiously!
See also: business, of, place

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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acting as an independent contractor for many persons using its server should not result in any foreign user having an office or other fixed place of business in the U.S.
Soliman deducted expenses relating to his home office, claiming the room was his principal place of business under section 280A(c) (1) (A).
When a taxpayer's residence qualifies as his or her principal place of business under section 280A(c)(1 )(A), daily transportation expenses paid or incurred between that residence and another work location in the same trade or business, regardless of whether the other work location is regular or temporary and regardless of the distance traveled.
280A(c)(1), a home office could qualify as a principal place of business for purposes of deducting expenses if the taxpayer uses it for the business's administrative or management activities, and no other fixed location exists where the taxpayer conducts these activities.
In Walker, the taxpayer was a self-employed logger who used his residence as his "regular place of business"; his various job sites were "temporary work locations," according to the Tax Court.
* As a place of business used to meet with patients, clients or customers in the normal course of the taxpayer's trade or business; or
The home office must be the principal place of business.
Fixed facility: A permanent establishment includes a fixed place of business through which the resident carries on industrial or commercial activity.
An exception to IRC section 280A stipulates the home office be the principal place of business activities.
(a)Ballydoyle Traders Ltd t/a Fair Aisle Promotions, Vintage Ireland, Irish International Collectables, Dublin Collectables, Antiques Fairs Ireland having ceased to trade having its registered office & principal place of business at 14 , Trinity Square, Townsend Street, Dublin 2 D02vw10 & (b)OL Irish Design & Build Ltd having ceased to trade having its registered office & principal place of business at Ol Irish House, Rosemount Business Park, Dublin 11 & (c)Raftery Holdings Ltd having ceased to trade having its registered office & principal place of business at 38 The Gables, Kill, Co.
1991), aff'g 94 TC 20 (1990), the answer is "rarely." Soliman defined the "principal place of business" test so narrowly that even individuals who perform essential business activities in the home office will be denied deductions for utilities, depreciation, insurance, repairs, etc., for that office.
* As the taxpayer's principal place of business. * Where the taxpayer meets with clients, customers or patients.
(a)Murphy Moore Sales & Lettings Ltd never having traded having its registered office & principal place of business at 21 Belvedere Place, Dublin 1 D01wp22 & (b)Rascal Resources Ltd having ceased to trade having its registered office & principal place of business at Shannonbridge Road, Ballinasloe, Co.
90-23 clarified the distinction between a "regular" and "temporary" place of business. A regular place of business is "any location at which the taxpayer works or performs services on a regular basis." A temporary place of business if "any location at which the taxpayer performs services on an irregular or short-term (i.e., generally a matte of days or weeks) basis."
The exception permits the deduction of home office expense if a portion of the home is "exclusively used on a regular basis" as the principal place of business for any trade or business of the taxpayer.