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DMI Inc. v. Commissioner

The taxpayer paid its principal shareholder and key employee compensation determined by reference to the year-end profits of the employer-corporation.

The Internal Revenue Service contended that a portion of the compensation paid was unreasonable and should be treated as a dividend distribution.  80-2 U.S.T.C. ΒΆ9576 (1969).

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