adjusted ordinary gross income


adjusted ordinary gross income
A determination peculiar to the personal holding company tax imposed by I.R.C. No. 541. Adjusted ordinary gross income is the corporation's gross income less capital gains, No. 1231 gains, and certain expenses. I.R.C. No. 543(bX2).
See also personal holding company income

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