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From KPMG TaxWatch
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The Internal Revenue Code, Treasury Regulations, and IRS administrative guidance and pronouncements provide numerous situations in which taxpayers must file elections or applications (“elections”) in order to secure a favorable tax benefit or avoid an adverse tax consequence, e.g., entity classification elections, § 338(g) & (h)(10) elections. Most elections must be filed by prescribed dates to effect the desired tax results. Because of the complexities of the U.S. tax system, taxpayers can potentially miss deadlines for making many of these elections.
Fortunately, Treasury Reg. § 301.9100-3 (“9100 Relief”) and other administrative procedures exist for obtaining late filing relief to avoid the consequences of missed elections whose due dates are provided by regulation or other IRS pronouncement. Many taxpayers and tax professionals, however, remain unaware of when 9100 Relief is available.
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