Tag: TR

  • Trade

    Trade means:a business, profession, or occupation; but also may be a commerce transaction. A trade often implies (or may imply) a skilled handicraft, which is pursued on a continuing basis, such as carpentry. Trade or business expenses are deductible, in contrast to nondeductible […]

  • Trust Fund

    Airport and Airway Trust Fund Issue You may find information about Airport and Airway Trust Fund in this Tax Platform of the American Encyclopedia of Law.

  • Trust

    About Trust: A trust is a legal arrangement whereby the owner of property (i.e. settlor) transfers ownership to a person(s) (i.e. trustee) who is to hold and control the property according to the owner's instructions, for the benefit of a designated person or persons (i.e. the […]

  • Transportation Expenses

    Transportation Expenses Issue You may find information about Transportation Expenses in this Tax Platform of the American Encyclopedia of Law.

  • Transaction Taxes

    About Transaction Taxes: Taxes on economic transactions, such as the sale of goods and services. Tax that uses a specific type of transaction as its object, e.g. sales tax, immovable property transfer tax, etc. These can be based on a set of percentages of the sales value (ad valorem-sales […]

  • Travel Expenses

    Description and Definition of Travel and Lodging Expenses Expenses you incur when you are traveling away from home for your business or as an employee. To be deductible these expenses must be ordinary and necessary. Resources See Also Further Reading Travel and Lodging Expenses in the […]

  • Trial Balance

    Description and Definition of Trial Balance A listing of the accounts in a general ledger and their balances as of a specified date. A trial balance is usually prepared at the end of an accounting period and is used to see if additional adjustments are required to any of the balances. […]

  • Treasury Decisions

    Treasury Decisions “. . . [U]pon approval by the Commissioner [of the IRS] and signature by the Assistant Secretary of the Treasury . . . final regulations are filed with the Federal Register and published in the form of a Treasury decision, which sometimes contains a preamble summarizing and responding to the most important comments…

  • Treasury Regulations

    Treasury Regulations Treasury Regulations Treasury Regulations, commonly referred to as Federal tax regulations, pick up where the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) leaves off by providing the official interpretation of the IRC by the U.S. Department of Treasury. Index of the Treasury Regulations CHAPTER I – INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY Subchapter A –…

  • Treasury Decision

    About Treasury Decision: A Treasury Decision (T.D.) is a final U.S. Treasury regulation….