QPP

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AcronymDefinition
QPPQueer Platonic Partner
QPPQuebec Pension Plan
QPPQuad Processor Pack
QPPQuality Partnership Program
QPPQuebec Provincial Police
QPPQualifying Production Property
QPPQualified Project Practitioner
QPPQuality Program Plan
QPPQuality Pork Processors, Inc. (Austin, MN)
QPPQuadratic Permutation Polynomial
QPPQeyton Proprietary Protocol
QPPQuality Pork Products
QPPQuality, Policy and Performance
QPPQueuing Per Processor
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Domestic production gross receipts on which the deduction is based include gross receipts derived from qualified film and qualifying production property, such as tangible personal property, sound recordings, and computer software.
DPGR consist of amounts received from the sale, exchange, lease, rental, license, or other disposition of qualifying production property manufactured, produced, grown, or extracted by the taxpayer in whole or significant part within the United States.
Under IRC section 199(c)(5), qualifying production property is defined as tangible personal property, any computer software, and any sound recordings described in IRC section 168(f)(4).
DPGR are receipts from the lease, rental, license, sale, exchange, or other disposition of qualifying production property (QPP) and certain other property.
One of the qualifying domestic production activities includes any lease, rental, license, sale, exchange, or other disposition of qualifying production property that was manufactured, produced, grown, or extracted by the taxpayer in whole or in significant part within the United States.
Computer software for qualifying production property purposes is defined as any program or routine or any sequence of machine-readable code that is designed to cause a computer to perform a desired function and the documentation required to describe and maintain that program or routine.
Qualifying production property (QPP) that was manufactured, produced, grown, or extracted by the taxpayer in whole or in significant part within the United States;
199(c)(4)(A) defines DPGR as the taxpayer's gross receipts derived from any lease, rental, license, sale, exchange, or other disposition of qualifying production property (QPP) that was manufactured, produced, grown, or extracted by the taxpayer in whole or in significant part within the United States, any qualified film produced by the taxpayer, or electricity, natural gas, or potable water produced by the taxpayer in the United States.
1) DPGR is defined as gross receipts received from (1) lease, rental, license, sale, exchange or other disposition of certain qualifying production property that is manufactured, produced, grown or extracted by the taxpayer in whole or in significant part within the U.
199 deduction, except for qualifying production property manufactured or produced by the taxpayer.
The calculation of DPGR may depend first on identifying qualifying production property (QPP), which includes tangible personal property, computer software and sound recordings, according to Sec.
Qualified activities are broadly defined to include gross receipts derived from any sale, exchange, disposition, lease, rental or license of qualifying production property manufactured, produced, grown or extracted by the taxpayer, in whole or in significant part, within the U.