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regardless of (something)

Without respect to or influence from something else. Regardless of your preferences, the decision belongs to your father and me. We're simply going to have to do it, regardless of how much it costs.
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regardless of something

without considering something; at any rate; whatever is done; whatever option is chosen. Regardless of what you say, I'm still going to the club tonight. I still have to pay the bill, regardless of the facts.
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Citing Kenseth, 114 TC 399 (2000), the guide states that the Tax Court held that anticipatory assignment principles require a taxpayer to include in gross income the entire amount of judgment/settlement proceeds undiminished by any contingent fee, regardless of the state in which a fee arrangement is signed.
6511 (d) (3) (A), regardless of whether the taxpayer claimed the FTC under the Code or the treaty.
A taxpayer may deduct daily transportation expenses incurred in commuting between his home office and another work location in the same trade or business, regardless of whether the work location is regular or temporary and regardless of the distance.
If a taxpayer has one or more regular work locations away from his residence, he may deduct daily transportation expenses incurred in going between his residence and a temporary work location in the same trade or business, regardless of the distance.
As a result, the Fourth Circuit joined the Eighth and Ninth Circuits in holding that individual taxpayers may not deduct income tax deficiency interest, regardless of the source of the income.
Note: When relying on the separate rule, care must be exercised when reviewing each reportable cash transfer; the $100,000 threshold appears to apply regardless of whether earlier cash transfers were reportable transfers.
McKesson "confirmed a long-established and uniform practice of reviewing state-court decisions on federal matters, regardless of whether the State was the plaintiff or the defendant in the trial court"