abusive tax shelter


abusive tax shelter
In the USA, a limited partnership that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) considers is claiming illegal tax deductions, often by increasing the value of purchased property as a basis for inflated depreciation write-offs. The IRS is taking steps to combat abusive tax shelters.

Accounting dictionary. 2014.

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