The Internal Revenue Service has issued final regulations for tax deductions on domestic film productions, while revising the definition of the types of films that qualify for the deduction.

The deduction is for income attributable to domestic production activities under Section 199 of the Tax Code. The final regulations revise some of the rules and examples relating to the definitions of a qualified film and affect taxpayers who produce qualified films and taxpayers who are members of expanded affiliated groups.

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