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A Look At Tax Code Section 199's Last Stand

By Kevin Spencer, Andrew Roberson and Emily Mussio · November 6, 2018, 5:14 PM EST

The Internal Revenue Service has been battling taxpayers for more than a decade on their Internal Revenue Code Section 199 deductions. Indeed, nearly every taxpayer, other than manufacturers, has been questioned...

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