Washington (June 25, 2003) -- The Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service have issued regulations designed to take out a tax shelter commonly known as "Son of Boss."

The regulations address the tax treatment of the assumption of certain obligations by a partnership from a partner. The new regs ensure that temporary or permanent non-economic tax losses cannot be created by transferring these obligations to partnerships.

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