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What does LET RUL stand for?

LET RUL stands for Letter Ruling (issued by US Internal Revenue Service)

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  • Business, finance, etc.

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Another installment sales planning opportunity was illustrated in Letter Ruling 200603017.
A 2002 letter ruling suggests that an otherwise nontaxable partnership liquidation may be taxable when the partnership has an outstanding loan from the continuing owner.
In private letter ruling 9636001, the Internal Revenue Service ruled the sale of textbooks did not further the organization's exempt status; therefore, the publishing activities were subject to unrelated business income tax.
The Notice stated that, until the issuance of final regulations, taxpayers would be permitted to employ a closing-of-the-books allocation method provided they obtained a private letter ruling prescribing the terms and conditions for the use of such a method.
Summary of Each Ruling Letter Ruling (TAM) 9717002: In this ruling, the taxpayer was using two absorption ratios, but not any of the simplified methods.
MEANING, SOURCE AND EFFECT OF PRIVATE LETTER RULINGS A letter ruling is a written statement issued by the IRS national office to a taxpayer or the taxpayer's authorized representative interpreting and applying the tax laws to a specific set of facts.