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Accounting for income taxes is a perpetual hot topic in the U.S., posing many challenges for preparers, users and auditors, particularly in the wake of tax reform.
Among those challenges are:
The ever-changing landscape of income tax law requires analysis on a continuous basis across multiple jurisdictions. In addition to being complex, the relevant accounting standards contain many nuances, and applying the standards oftentimes involves significant judgments.
The financial accounting and reporting for the effects of income taxes is a persistently challenging area for preparers, users and auditors, particularly in the wake of U.S. tax reform. Save this playlist for instant access to insights from PwC professionals on how tax reform will impact valuation allowance assessments, indefinite reinvestment assertions, estimated annual effective tax rates and more.
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