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Corporate Considerations and Planning Opportunities

As we get closer to the new tax year, it is important to make note of new and expired tax provisions that may affect your business or your client’s business.

The Inflation Reduction Act: Corporate tax provisions

Learn how this legislation closes tax loopholes used by the largest corporations and incentivizes businesses and individuals to boost their use of renewable energy.

ASC 740: Valuation Allowances

Learn how valuation allowances impact accounting for income taxes under ASC 740.

ASC 740: Uncertain Tax Positions

ASC 740 includes rules for recognizing and measuring uncertain tax positions in a company’s financial statements.

ASC 740: Stock-Based Compensation

State income taxes are generally deductible expenses for federal tax purposes, so they impact accounting for income taxes under ASC 740.

ASC 740: Interim Reporting

Learn how to navigate ASC 740’s interim reporting rules and allocate tax expense to quarterly financial statements.

ASC 740: State Income Tax Provision

State income taxes are generally deductible expenses for federal tax purposes, so they impact accounting for income taxes under ASC 740.

When Tax Provision Challenges Arise, Flexibility Is Key

Learn how you can assess your tax provision process and improve your organization’s ability to handle curveballs.

ASC 740: Foreign Tax Provision

Accounting for income taxes under ASC 740 is evolving due to changes in how federal and foreign governments levy taxes on worldwide income.

ASC 740: Controlled Foreign Corporations

ASC 740 governs how companies recognize the effects of income taxes on their financial statements under U.S. GAAP.
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