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You should attach a statement titled "Section 1.263(a)-1(f) de minimis safe harbor election" to the timely filed original federal tax return including extensions for the taxable year in which the de minimis amounts are paid. The statement should include your name, address, and Taxpayer Identification Number, as well as a statement that you are making the de minimis safe harbor election. Under the election, you must apply the de minimis safe harbor to all expenditures meeting the criteria for the election in the taxable year. For more information, see When and how do you make an election provided under the final tangibles regulations?




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Also, the final tangibles regulations governing the treatment of material and supplies apply to amounts paid or incurred in taxable years beginning on or after 1-1-2014. Therefore, for your first taxable year beginning 1-1-2014, most of you will not have a change in accounting method for your materials and supplies. If you desire to change your method of accounting for materials and supplies in a subsequent taxable year, you would file Form 3115 and compute a section 481(a) adjustment taking into account only amounts paid after 1-1-2014.


Because these final tangibles regulations are based primarily on prior law, if you were previously in compliance with the rules you generally will be in compliance with the final tangibles regulations and generally no action was required. If you are not in compliance or otherwise want to change your method of accounting to use the safe harbor for routine maintenance, you should file Form 3115, Application for Change in Accounting Method, and compute a section 481(a) adjustment. For more information, including simplified accounting method change rules for certain small business taxpayers, see When and how do you change a method of accounting to use the final tangibles regulations?


The section 481(a) adjustment takes into account how you treated certain expenditures in years before the effective date of the final tangibles regulations to avoid duplication or omission of amounts in your taxable income. For detailed instructions for filing applications for changes in methods of accounting under the final tangibles regulations, see Rev. Proc. 2015-13, 2015-5 I.R.B. 419, and sections 6.37-6.40 and 10.11 of Rev. Proc. 2015-14, 2015-5 I.R.B. 450. Transition rules generally allow taxpayers the option to file voluntary changes in method of accounting under either Rev. Proc. 2011-14PDF, as modified by Rev. Proc. 2014-16PDF, or Rev. Proc. 2015-13PDF, as modified by Rev. Proc. 2015-33PDF, for taxpayers whose tax year ends on or after May 31, 2014, and begins before January 1, 2015.


To ease the administrative burden faced by small business taxpayers that want to prospectively apply the final tangibles regulations, and do not wish to compute a section 481(a) adjustment, the IRS has provided a simplified procedure that you may have used for your first taxable year beginning in 2014. Under this procedure, if you have a small business you were permitted to change to certain methods of accounting under the final tangibles regulations by taking into account only amounts paid or incurred in taxable years beginning on or after 1-1-2014. If you used this procedure for your small business, then your small business did not have a section 481(a) adjustment for your first taxable year beginning 2014, and was not be required to file a Form 3115, Application for Change in Accounting Method. This procedure permitted you to implement the final tangibles regulations on a prospective basis. The simplified procedures only applied to the changes in the final tangibles regulations. They could not be applied to other automatic changes. 041b061a72


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