Cash-Equivalent Doctrine

Cash-Equivalent Doctrine

Definition

A principle that treats certain non-cash payment transactions like cash transactions for federal income tax purposes if they have the same value as cash. For example, promises to future payment may be treated like cash payments if unconditional, assignable, marketable, not subject to set-offs, and made by someone solvent.

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