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Sec. 1.250-0 Table of contents.

This section contains a listing of the headings for §§1.250-1, 1.250(a)-1, and 1.250(b)-1 through 1.250(b)-6.

§1.250-1 Introduction.

(a) Overview.

(b) Applicability dates.

§1.250(a)-1 Deduction for foreign-derived intangible income (FDII) and global intangible low-taxed income (GILTI).

(a) Scope.

(b) Allowance of deduction.

(1) In general.

(2) Taxable income limitation.

(3) Reduction in deduction for taxable years after 2025.

(4) Treatment under section 4940.

(c) Definitions.

(1) Domestic corporation.

(2) Foreign-derived intangible income (FDII).

(3) Global intangible low-taxed income (GILTI).

(4) Section 250(a)(2) amount.

(5) Taxable income.

(i) In general.

(ii) [Reserved]

(d) Reporting requirement.

(e) Determination of deduction for consolidated groups.

(f) Example: Application of the taxable income limitation.

§1.250(b)-1 Computation of foreign-derived intangible income (FDII).

(a) Scope.

(b) Definition of FDII.

(c) Definitions.

(1) Controlled foreign corporation.

(2) Deduction eligible income.

(3) Deemed intangible income.

(4) Deemed tangible income return.

(5) Dividend.

(6) Domestic corporation.

(7) Domestic oil and gas extraction income.

(8) FDDEI sale.

(9) FDDEI service.

(10) FDDEI transaction.

(11) Foreign branch income.

(12) Foreign-derived deduction eligible income.

(13) Foreign-derived ratio.

(14) Gross RDEI.

(15) Gross DEI.

(16) Gross FDDEI.

(17) Modified affiliated group.

(i) In general.

(ii) Special rule for noncorporate entities.

(iii) Definition of control.

(18) Qualified business asset investment.

(19) Related party.

(20) United States shareholder.

(d) Treatment of cost of goods sold and allocation and apportionment of deductions.

(1) Cost of goods sold for determining gross DEI and gross FDDEI.

(2) Deductions properly allocable to gross DEI and gross FDDEI.

(i) In general.

(ii) Determination of deductions to allocate.

(3) Examples.

(e) Domestic corporate partners.

(1) In general.

(2) Reporting requirement for partnership with domestic corporate partners.

(3) Examples.

(f) Determination of FDII for consolidated groups.

(g) Determination of FDII for tax-exempt corporations.

§1.250(b)-2 Qualified business asset investment (QBAI).

(a) Scope.

(b) Definition of qualified business asset investment.

(c) Specified tangible property.

(1) In general.

(2) Tangible property.

(d) Dual use property.

(1) In general.

(2) Definition of dual use property.

(3) Dual use ratio.

(4) Example.

(e) Determination of adjusted basis of specified tangible property.

(1) In general.

(2) Effect of change in law.

(3) Specified tangible property placed in service before enactment of section 250.

(f) Special rules for short taxable years.

(1) In general.

(2) Determination of when the quarter closes.

(3) Reduction of qualified business asset investment.

(4) Example.

(g) Partnership property.

(1) In general.

(2) Determination of partnership QBAI.

(3) Determination of partner adjusted basis.

(i) In general.

(ii) Sole use partnership property.

(A) In general.

(B) Definition of sole use partnership property.

(iii) Dual use partnership property.

(A) In general.

(B) Definition of dual use partnership property.

(4) Determination of proportionate share of the partnership's adjusted basis in partnership specified tangible property.

(i) In general.

(ii) Proportionate share ratio.

(5) Definition of partnership specified tangible property.

(6) Determination of partnership adjusted basis

(7) Determination of partner-specific QBAI basis.

(8) Examples.

(h) Anti-avoidance rule for certain transfers of property.

(1) In general.

(2) Rule for structured arrangements.

(3) Per se rules for certain transactions.

(4) Definitions related to anti-avoidance rule.

(i) Disqualified period.

(ii) FDII-eligible related party.

(iii) Specified related party.

(iv) Transfer.

(5) Transactions occurring before March 4, 2019.

(6) Examples.

§1.250(b)-3 Foreign-derived deduction eligible income (FDDEI) transactions.

(a) Scope.

(b) Definitions.

(1) Digital content.

(2) End user.

(3) FDII filing date.

(4) Finished goods.

(5) Foreign person.

(6) Foreign related party.

(7) Foreign retail sale.

(8) Foreign unrelated party.

(9) Fungible mass of general property.

(10) General property.

(11) Intangible property.

(12) International transportation property.

(13) IP address.

(14) Recipient.

(15) Renderer.

(16) Sale.

(17) Seller.

(18) United States.

(19) United States person.

(20) United States territory.

(c) Foreign military sales and services

(d) Transactions with multiple elements.

(e) Treatment of partnerships.

(1) In general.

(2) Examples.

(f) Substantiation for certain FDDEI transactions.

(1) In general.

(2) Exception for small businesses.

(3) Treatment of certain loss transactions.

(i) In general.

(ii) Reason to know.

(A) Sales to a foreign person for a foreign use.

(B) General services provided to a business recipient located outside the United States.

(iii) Multiple transactions.

(iv) Example.

§1.250(b)-4 Foreign-derived deduction eligible income (FDDEI) sales.

(a) Scope.

(b) Definition of FDDEI sale.

(c) Presumption of foreign person status.

(1) In general.

(2) Sales of property.

(d) Foreign use.

(1) Foreign use for general property.

(i) In general.

(ii) Rules for determining foreign use.

(A) Sales that are delivered to an end user by a carrier or freight forwarder.

(B) Sales to an end user without the use of a carrier or freight forwarder.

(C) Sales for resale.

(D) Sales of digital content.

(E) Sales of international transportation property used for compensation or hire.

(F) Sales of international transportation property not used for compensation or hire.

(iii) Sales for manufacturing, assembly, or other processing.

(A) In general.

(B) Property subject to a physical and material change.

(C) Property incorporated into a product as a component.

(iv) Sales of property subject to manufacturing, assembly, or other processing in the United States

(v) Examples.

(2) Foreign use for intangible property.

(i) In general.

(ii) Determination of end users and revenue earned from end users.

(A) Intangible property embedded in general property or used in connection with the sale of general property.

(B) Intangible property used in providing a service.

(C) Intangible property consisting of a manufacturing method or process.

(1) In general.

(2) Exception for certain manufacturing arrangements.

(3) Manufacturing method or process.

(D) Intangible property used in research and development.

(iii) Determination of revenue for periodic payments versus lump sums.

(A) Sales in exchange for periodic payments.

(B) Sales in exchange for a lump sum.

(C) Sales to a foreign unrelated party of intangible property consisting of a manufacturing method or process.

(iv) Examples.

(3) Foreign use substantiation for certain sales of property.

(i) In general.

(ii) Substantiation of foreign use for resale.

(iii) Substantiation of foreign use for manufacturing, assembly, or other processing. outside the United States.

(iv) Substantiation of foreign use of intangible property.

(v) Examples.

(e) Sales of interests in a disregarded entity.

(f) FDDEI sales hedging transactions.

(1) In general.

(2) FDDEI sales hedging transaction.

§1.250(b)-5 Foreign-derived deduction eligible income (FDDEI) services.

(a) Scope.

(b) Definition of FDDEI service.

(c) Definitions.

(1) Advertising service.

(2) Benefit.

(3) Business recipient.

(4) Consumer.

(5) Electronically supplied service.

(6) General service.

(7) Property service.

(8) Proximate service.

(9) Transportation service.

(d) General services provided to consumers.

(1) In general.

(2) Electronically supplied services.

(3) Example.

(e) General services provided to business recipients.

(1) In general.

(2) Determination of business operations that benefit from the service.

(i) In general.

(ii) Advertising services.

(iii) Electronically supplied services.

(3) Identification of business recipient's operations.

(i) In general.

(ii) Advertising services and electronically supplied services.

(iii) No office or fixed place of business.

(4) Substantiation of the location of a business recipient's operations outside the United States.

(5) Examples.

(f) Proximate services.

(g) Property services.

(1) In general.

(2) Exception for service provided with respect to property temporarily in the United States.

(h) Transportation services.

§1.250(b)-6 Related party transactions.

(a) Scope.

(b) Definitions.

(1) Related party sale.

(2) Related party service.

(3) Unrelated party transaction.

(c) Related party sales.

(1) In general.

(i) Sale of property in an unrelated party transaction.

(ii) Use of property in an unrelated party transaction.

(2) Treatment of foreign related party as seller or renderer.

(3) Transactions between related parties.

(4) Example.

(d) Related party services.

(1) In general.

(2) Substantially similar services.

(3) Special rules.

(i) Rules for determining the location of and price paid by recipients of a service provided by a related party.

(ii) Rules for allocating the benefits provided by and price paid to the renderer of a related party service.

(4) Examples.

[Added by T.D. 9901, 85 FR 43042-43117, July 15, 2020; corrected at 85 FR 60909-60910, Sept. 29, 2020.]

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