Tax accounting insights

Timely information on tax accounting related developments including significant federal, state, local, and foreign legislative developments, plus implications under IFRS

Tax accounting insights

New York tax reform: Tax accounting considerations

4/11/14

Tax accounting insights

Tax accounting retrospective (July - December 2013)

1/28/14
 
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    Global Tax Accounting Services Newsletter (January–March 2014)

    4/30/14 | Tax accounting services

    In this release we discuss a variety of global accounting, reporting and tax law developments in the first quarter of 2014, and the related tax accounting considerations.

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    New York tax reform: Tax accounting considerations

    4/11/14 | Tax accounting services

    On March 31, 2014, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the state’s fiscal year 2014-2015 (FY 14-15) executive budget legislation.

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    Global Tax Accounting Services Newsletter (October-December 2013)

    2/21/14 | Tax accounting services

    In this release we discuss a variety of global accounting, reporting and tax law developments and the related tax accounting considerations.

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    Tax accounting retrospective (July - December 2013)

    1/28/14 | Tax accounting services

    As part of our continued effort to help organizations navigate through the complexity of today’s tax accounting issues, we’ve assembled a compilation of our Tax Accounting Services’ publications released between July 2013 and December 2013.

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    Around the world: When to account for tax law changes

    1/21/14 | Tax accounting services

    Keeping track of tax law changes around the world has increasingly become a challenge for businesses. Companies are rapidly expanding their geographic footprint at a time when the evolution and developments in jurisdictional tax laws are undergoing nearly constant change.

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    How will recently expired US tax provisions affect your financial statements?

    1/20/14 | Tax accounting services

    How will recently expired US tax provisions affect your financial statements? Tax Accounting Considerations for Expired Tax Provisions

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    2014 Mexican tax reform package

    1/7/14 | Tax accounting services

    Tax accounting considerations of the 2014 Mexican tax reform package.

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    Accounting for Income Taxes: 2013 Year-end Hot Topics

    1/6/14 | Tax accounting services

    Calendar year 2013 has seen considerable activity across the global legislative and regulatory landscapes. We have seen changes to tax laws in several key territories, and certain legislative trends having a significant impact on income tax accounting. These developments, combined with an environment of economic uncertainty, have added to the challenges in accounting for income taxes.

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    Global Tax Accounting Services Newsletter (July to September 2013)

    12/23/13 | Tax accounting services

    In this release we discuss a variety of accounting and regulatory updates. We also draw your attention to some significant tax law and tax rate changes during the quarter ended 30 September 2013 and some important tax accounting considerations for mergers and acquisition transactions.

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    Income tax disclosure

    12/16/13 | Tax accounting services

    Numerous income tax accounting matters require the use of estimates, judgments, and other subjective information that can obscure the presentation in the financial statement accounts. Clarifying disclosures can enable users to gain a better understanding of the reporting entity’s income tax environment.

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    Financial Accounting Foundation completes review of accounting for income taxes

    12/4/13 | Tax accounting services

    Financial Accounting Foundation (FAF) completed its post-implementation review of Financial Accounting Standards Board Statement No. 109, Accounting for Income Taxes (FAS 109) (codified in Accounting Standards Codification Topic 740, Income Taxes).

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    Tax holidays and other incentives: Determining the right accounting model

    10/15/13 | Tax accounting services

    This Tax accounting insight provides a comparison of the potentially relevant accounting models and highlights some of the factors to consider in determining which model applies.

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    Global Tax Accounting Services Newsletter (April to June 2013)

    9/12/13 | Tax accounting services

    In this release we discuss a variety of accounting and reporting developments and the related tax accounting considerations.

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    Patent box and technology incentives: Tax and financial reporting considerations

    8/22/13 | Tax accounting services

    This publication discusses key tax and financial reporting considerations of patent box regimes and other technology incentives.

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    Revised exposure draft on leases may have significant tax accounting, state tax, and systems implications

    7/25/13 | Tax accounting services

    The FASB and the IASB issued a revised exposure draft on leases. Although the tax law regarding the treatment of leasing transactions remains unchanged, taxpayers should consider how the Exposure Draft will impact the computation of federal and state taxable income and deferred income tax assets and liabilities associated with their leases.

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    FASB ratifies consensus on netting unrecognized tax benefits against loss or other tax carryforward assets

    6/26/13 | Tax accounting services

    The FASB ratified the accounting guidance proposed by the EITF consensus for Issue 13-C, Presentation of an Unrecognized Tax Benefit When a Net Operating Loss Carryforward, a Similar Tax Loss, or a Tax Credit Carryforward Exists. We expect the final Accounting Standards Update (ASU) to be issued within the next few weeks.

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    Tax accounting implications of new French wage tax credit

    5/3/13 | Tax accounting services

    The new French legislation to encourage investment and create jobs will impact financial statement accounting.

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    Tax considerations relating to fair value accounting

    3/25/13 | Tax accounting services

    PwC has refreshed our 'Fair Value Accounting: Tax Considerations' publication (originally released in December 2008).

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    Deferred taxes on foreign earnings: A road map

    9/6/12 | Tax accounting services

    Asserting indefinite reinvestment traditionally has been a widespread practice among multinational businesses. A majority of large companies make the assertion with respect to much, if not all, of their foreign earnings. To assist organizations in making this assertion, PwC has refreshed this publication (originally released in December of 2010).

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    Key areas of focus when accounting for income taxes during interim periods

    3/21/12 | Tax accounting services

    At the close of every quarter, companies recognize income tax expense or benefit in their respective quarterly financial statements in accordance with interim reporting guidance under FASB Accounting Standards Codification 740, Income Taxes (ASC 740). When applied, this accounting model can present formidable challenges to many companies and can sometimes produce unexpected results. This edition of Tax accounting insights highlights the "basics" as well as key areas of focus when accounting for income taxes during interim periods.

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    Income Tax Accounting, A comparative look between US GAAP and IFRS

    1/5/12 | Tax accounting services

    Significant differences continue to exist between the IASB's anf the FASB's income tax accounting models, notwithstanding ongoing convergence efforts. This PwC publication provides a comparative summary between standards and a closer look at seven significant differences -- tax basis, initial recognition, intercompany transactions, accounting for uncertain tax positions, allocating income taxes, share-based compensation, and investment in subsidiaries.

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    Tax accounting services: The impact of transfer pricing in financial reporting

    9/23/11 | Tax accounting services

    The topic of transfer pricing in relation to financial reporting is often associated with uncertain tax positions ù that is, the extent to which tax reserves may need to be recorded due to uncertainty with respect to tax return positions. However, transfer pricing can also have other important financial reporting implications. PwC's Tax accounting insights serves to highlight several important areas of financial reporting that can be affected by transfer pricing.

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    Seven principles to consider when preparing a tax provision for subsidiary or carve-out financial statements

    5/16/11 | Tax accounting services

    Income tax provision preparation for stand-alone subsidiary or carve-out financial statements is a challenging and complex area of practice. In completing these calculations, we believe it is important to have a consistent, thoughtful framework for addressing the many judgments involved in the process. To assist you with the preparation of separate company financial statements, PwC's Tax accounting insights presents "Seven principles to consider when preparing a tax provision for subsidiary or carve-out financial statements" publication.

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    IFRS, the current landscape for US tax executives

    1/9/11 | Tax accounting services

    The potential transition to IFRS in the United States has been an ongoing focus of the SEC over the past several years. As part of their current workplan, the SEC is analyzing the impact of IFRS on US issuers and whether, when, and how to incorporate IFRS into the US financial reporting system. In this Tax accounting insights, we inform US tax executives on the current landscape of IFRS, including the key tax considerations that may arise in the near-term

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    Tax indemnification arrangements: Navigating the financial reporting

    11/16/10 | Tax accounting services

    Income tax indemnifications are established in a variety of transactions, including business acquisitions, corporate spin-offs and initial public offerings (IPOs). Accounting for an income tax indemnification arrangement depends upon whether the company is obligated to the taxing authority, the relationship between the parties and the type of transaction.

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    Goodwill impairment testing: Tax considerations

    12/21/09 | Tax accounting services

    Goodwill impairment testing continues to be a challenging and complex area of practice. As companies perform goodwill assessments, tax considerations can play a critical role in the final conclusions. To assist you with your goodwill impairment testing, PwC has refreshed our Goodwill Impairment Testing: Tax Considerations publication (originally released in December 2009).

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    Debt restructurings and bankruptcy: Accounting, tax and FAS 109 considerations

    6/4/09 | Tax accounting services

    Current market conditions have precipitated efforts by companies, across industries and markets, to reduce or restructure their debt obligations.The transactions and events occurring in these settings can have significant and sometimes unique financial reporting consequences.This PwC publication provides an overview of these transactions and events from both a financial reporting and income tax perspective.

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    Stock option awards under IFRS: Tax accounting impacts earnings

    7/7/08 | Tax accounting services

    PwC analysis of the potential impact of IFRS on shared-payment stock plans. An IFRS conversion may affect cash taxes and affect financial reporting systems and processes.

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    More likely than not: A comparison of FIN 48 and the tax penalty standard

    6/2/08 | Tax accounting services

    Efforts intended to strengthen objectivity and transparency with respect to tax planning, compliance and conflict resolution have converged around the use of a MLTN (more likely than not) standard. This PwC publication explores the FIN 48's more likely than not (MTLN) standard on whether a position taken, or expected to be taken, in a tax return is more likely than not to be sustained.