INSTEAD OF ENJOYING THE amazing success of the Washington Nationals baseball team this summer, officials at the NBAA and other aviation trade groups are arm wrestling with the Internal Revenue Service. The problem is some new IRS interpretations that could cost aircraft owners millions of dollars in lost depreciation and other expenses for using their corporate aircraft. In a move that one NBAA official labeled ``a backdoor tax increase,'' the IRS is not distinguishing between the ...
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