Fraudulent Conveyance Litigation Expenses are Not Deductible

Chief Counsel Advice 201552028

Expenses of business litigation, and litigation involving the production or collection of income or of property held for the production of income, are typically deductible under Code Sections 162 or 212. It is often forgotten, however, that if the subject of litigation is the defense of, or to perfect title to, real or personal property, such expenses must be capitalized into the asset and not deducted. See Treas. Regs. §1.263(a)-2(e)…

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