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Aside from being out of compliance, real estate firms that don’t address the IRS’s new tangible property regulations before they file their 2014 tax return might miss out on a significant tax savings opportunity: This tax year, 2014, is the last year to claim a loss on partial dispositions that occurred before 2014 (that is, for tax years before the effective date of the final tangible property regulations).

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