sourcing


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sourcing

[′sȯrs·iŋ]
(electronics)
Redesign or the modification of existing equipment to eliminate a source of radio-frequency interference.
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Finally, to the location from which tangible personal property was shipped, if none of the previous sourcing rules apply (including instances in which the seller is without sufficient information to apply the previous rules).
By enacting the residence-based sourcing rules for SPOCI and ICI, Congress sought to limit the ability of U.
The IRS has provided special sourcing rules for income produced from computer software transfers and the provision of services or know-how connected with a computer program.
Enacted as part of the Tax Reform Act of 1986, section 865 of the Code provides a general sourcing rule for sales of personal property.
The court in Bank of America acknowledged that by way of analogy, courts have sourced income items that have no statutory or regulatory sourcing rule to a class of income that does have a sourcing rule.
This rule allowed taxpayers enormous flexibility in determining the sourcing of such income.