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Why are corporations allowed a dividends-received deduction? What dividends qualify for this special deduction?

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Why are corporations allowed a? dividends-received deduction? What dividends qualify for this special? deduction?

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Why are corporations allowed a? dividends-received deduction? What dividends qualify for this special? deduction?

Corporations are allowed a? dividends-received deduction to partially or fully mitigate the effects of multiple taxation of corporate earnings. Dividends received by a domestic corporation from another domestic corporation? (other than S? corporations) qualify for the special? 60%, 70%, or? 80% deduction. Distributions that receive capital gain? treatment, most dividends from foreign? corporations, dividends on stock held 45 days or? less, and dividends on debt financed stock are eligible.

Corporations are allowed a? dividends-received deduction to prevent abuse in situations where a corporation is closely held. Dividends received by a domestic corporation from another domestic corporation? (other than S? corporations) qualify for the special? 60%, 70%, or? 80% deduction. Distributions that receive capital gain? treatment, most dividends from foreign? corporations, dividends on stock held 45 days or? less, and dividends on debt financed stock are eligible.

Corporations are allowed a? dividends-received deduction to prevent abuse in situations where a corporation is closely held. Dividends received by a domestic corporation from another domestic corporation? (other than S? corporations) qualify for the special? 70%, 80%, or? 100% deduction. Distributions that receive capital gain? treatment, most dividends from foreign? corporations, dividends on stock held 45 days or? less, and dividends on debt financed stock are not eligible.

Corporations are allowed a? dividends-received deduction to partially or fully mitigate the effects of multiple taxation of corporate earnings. Dividends received by a domestic corporation from another domestic corporation? (other than S? corporations) qualify for the special? 70%, 80%, or? 100% deduction. Distributions that receive capital gain? treatment, most dividends from foreign? corporations, dividends on stock held 45 days or? less, and dividends on debt financed stock are not eligible.

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