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The Internal Revenue Service and businesses have long contested the line that divides spending on repairs, which companies can deduct on that year’s tax return, and spending on improvements, which must be capitalized and depreciated over time. The IRS has come out with a new set of “repair regulations” that make significant changes in how companies should treat such expenditures for tax purposes.

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