- The BMF accepts the BFH case law on input tax deduction in the case of indirect causation.
- The BFH recognized the input tax deduction for construction costs in a case involving a quarry company.
- The key factor was that the input service did not exceed what was necessary for the company’s own business activity.
- The costs for the input service were calculated in a way that did not exceed the value of the output transactions.
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