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Discussion on RP 2001-10


Can you please, when you have a chance, look at the postings to Discussion: Book publisher and Rev Proc 2001-10 that have been made since you last commented. Since you have quite a bit of experience in this area, I would be interested in your position. Again, when you have time. I truely appreciate it!

DAJCPA 19:26, 13 February 2012 (UTC)

Good Morning Coddington, You had helped me yesterday with the unclaimed depreciation problem. I am going to file the Form 8275 which I have never completed before. I have looked at it and have a ?. What would I enter in the "Amount" box? I assume I would leave it blank seeing I don't know how much the a/c depreciation is going to be until I do the amended return, or should I estimate what it will be? Thanks again for all your help. I am new to this forum. I have done pretty simple returns in the past, but now that I am retired I want to do more. I am really learning a lot. I hope you don't mind my writing specifically to you on this matter. Thanks again. RuthC 15:05, 21 February 2012 (UTC)

Accrual basis switcheroo

Thanks for your post to my 14 March 2012 query re: change from accrual to cash on a client's prior year returns. I'm not experienced enough in this area, however, to understand your comments completely. 1. When does the statue run (out) on the 2009 corporate filing? (I presume you're referring to statute of limitations). 2. Please explain your statement "I'm not sure if your client's sales are low enough to qualify for a price break". Thanks in advance--your help is greatly appreciated! Anchorman 20:32, 29 March 2012 (UTC)Anchorman


Are you really back? If so, welcome back. We could certainly use your expertise here.

Ckenefick 05:16, 18 January 2014 (UTC)ckenefick

Brian - I cannot find 1.263(a)-3(h). Duh Lance! I'll look more later this afternoon but was wondering if you had a link to it.



Thanks Brian, I printed it out, as I want to look through it all in more detail. Lance.

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