Advancement of Virginia's Fixed Date Conformity with the Internal Revenue Code

16 Jan 2013 2:43 PM | Anonymous

Virginia's date of conformity with the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) was advanced from December 31, 2010, to December 31, 2011, with limited exceptions. 

Virginia will continue to disallow federal income tax deductions for the 30% and 50% bonus depreciation allowed for certain assets and the five-year carryback of federal net operating loss deductions generated in taxable years 2008 or 2009. 

Also, Virginia will continue to disallow the income tax deductions related to applicable high yield discount obligations under IRC § 163(e)(5)(F). 

In addition, fixed date conformity adjustments continue to be required for Cancellation of Debt Income under IRC § 108(i), and the domestic production activities deduction under IRC § 199.

At this time, the only required adjustments for "fixed date conformity" were those mentioned above.

However, if federal legislation is enacted that results in changes to the Internal Revenue Code for the 2012 taxable year, taxpayers will be required to make adjustments to their Virginia returns that are not described in the instruction booklet. Information about any such adjustments will be posted on the Department's website.
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