For companies that engage in intercompany transactions, being proactive in preparing for disruptions and regulatory changes is essential.
Tax Planning; Tax Minimization
Businesses are likely to find themselves at a competitive disadvantage if they don’t keep abreast of tax aspects of ESG.
Determining the best way to extract cash from a corporation depends on many factors and assumptions; here is how to evaluate paying compensation vs. dividends.
This discussion explores certain issues that multinationals should consider when deciding whether to use Malta as part of their worldwide operations.
This article discusses issues that have evolved around FDII where there has been little guidance and outlines ways to better take advantage of the FDII regime.
Sec. 451(c) should be considered when structuring such M&A transactions — including special rules relating to short tax years of 92 days or less.
This item provides examples of accounting method changes or elections that may decrease taxable income.
This discussion provides an overview of some of the critical valuation issues that arise in Secs. 351, 332, and 338.
In certain circumstances, taxpayers may benefit from increasing taxable income; accounting method planning can help taxpayers achieve that objective.
This article provides an overview of the Sec. 1202 requirements and discusses the practical considerations of the provision in merger-and-acquisition transactions.
This article discusses the step-transaction doctrine, the three tests used to determine if it applies, and advice for taxpayers to help avoid an IRS challenge of the tax treatment of a series of transactions based on the doctrine.
As short-term agreements that borrowers and creditors reached at the beginning of the pandemic start to expire, real estate companies and others will need to find long-term solutions to their insolvency problem.
A personal service corporation must generally use a calendar year, but it can choose a fiscal year in certain circumstances.
This item discusses how businesses can qualify for incentives in the housing and construction industries and how tax preparers can assist them in claiming these tax benefits.