Construing Tax Laws Tied to Activities, Time for a New Rule?

When Congress provides a tax benefit contingent on some activity, there is often a question as to whether the activity can be read broadly to encompass many sub-activities or has to be read narrowly.  The NextEra Energy, Inc. v. United States, No. 17-12304 (11th Cir. 2018) case provides a good example of the subjective distinctions taxpayers have make […]

The post Construing Tax Laws Tied to Activities, Time for a New Rule? appeared first on Houston Tax Attorneys: Mitchell & Patel.

ambiguitydecommissioning costsHouston Tax Attorney Blogstatutory constructionTax Blog