Code of Federal Regulations, Title 26 Internal Revenue 1.301-1.400, Revised as of April 1, 2022

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Title 26 presents regulations, procedures, and practices that govern income tax, estate and gift taxes, employment taxes, and miscellaneous excise taxes as set forth by the Internal Revenue Service. Additions and revisions to this section of the code are posted annually by April. Publication follows within six months.

“Code of Federal Regulations, Title 26: Internal Revenue” is a comprehensive resource for tax professionals, accountants, legal experts, and students who need detailed information on federal tax regulations. This authoritative volume provides the full text of the Internal Revenue Code’s regulations, which are essential for understanding and applying federal tax laws.

Key Features:

  • Comprehensive Tax Regulations:
    • This volume covers the regulations that interpret and implement the Internal Revenue Code, providing a complete guide to federal tax law.
  • Detailed Contents Include:
    • Part 1 – Income Taxes:
      • Regulations on the taxation of individuals, corporations, and partnerships.
      • Examples:
        • § 1.1 – Taxability of Income
        • § 1.61 – Gross Income Defined
        • § 1.162 – Trade or Business Expenses
        • § 1.170 – Charitable Contributions
    • Part 3 – Estate and Gift Taxes:
      • Rules for the taxation of estates and gifts.
      • Examples:
        • § 20.2010-1 – Estate Tax Credit
        • § 25.2501-1 – Gift Tax Computation
        • § 25.2511-1 – Gifts Made During Lifetime
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