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Scrap Metal Industry Edition
 
Uncle Sam's Tax Audit Assistant for Scrap Metal provides overview of industry, glossary and examination techniques for both purchasers and sellers of scrap metal.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Introduction
  • General Background Information 1-1
  • Types of Scrap Metal 1-4
  • Compliance Issues 1-5
  • Examination Techniques
  • Purchasers of Scrap Metal 2-1
  • Operations of Purchaser 2-1
  • Major Issues 2-3
  • Pre-Audit Steps 2-6
  • Information Document Request 2-7
  • Interview Questions 2-8
  • Development Process 2-12
  • Sellers of Scrap Metal 2-16
  • Types of Cases 2-16
  • Major Issues 2-17
  • Pre-Audit Steps 2-19
  • Information Document Request 2-21
  • Interview Questions 2-22
  • Development Process 2-26
  • Common Industry Issues (Purchasers & Sellers)
  • Accumulated Earnings 3-1
  • Built-In Gains--S Corporations 3-1
  • Double Deduction of Expenses 3-2
  • Earned Income Tax Credit 3-2
  • Employment Tax 3-2
  • Excise Tax 3-3
  • Inventory/IRC Section 263A 3-4
  • Loans to Shareholders 3-4
  • Special Rules for Long-Term Contracts 3-5
  • Traffic Tickets and Fines 3-5
  • Unreasonable Compensation 3-5
  • Penalties
  • Penalties 4-1
  • Civil Penalties 4-1
  • Criminal Referrals 4-2
  • Failure to File Form 8300 4-3
  • Compliance Strategies
  • Coordination with Other Functions 5-1
  • Coordination with Industry Groups 5-3
  • Compliance Letter 5-3
  • Appendix A-1
  • Bibliography A-17
  • Glossary G-1

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