Abstract

The Seventh Circuit, in Wisconsin Big Boy, has recently indicated that arm's-length charges may not prevent a Section 482 reallocation among integrated multiple corporations. Mr. Lee analyzes this recent development and suggests that in the future the proper defense to a 482 attack may lie in a reasonable division of profits.

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Article

Publication Information

36 The Journal of Taxation 349-352 (1972)

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