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The new leasing standard requires changes to historical tax processes at nearly every company. Tax compliance, audit support and planning post implementation will require new processes to be designed and implemented. PwC has a tax leasing solution to unlock the power of data analytics and insights and move your tax function in the direction of the future.
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Lessors typically rely upon manual, and often time consuming, processes to compute tax return adjustments and reconcile tax basis in leased assets since many Lease management systems aren’t preconfigured to produce tax adjustments.
Common challenges include:
PwC’s Lease Automation Service (LAS) for lessors leverages a standardized taxonomy to automate the identification and categorization of lease management system transactions to produce corresponding tax transactions resulting in reduced tax reporting risk, greater visibility into the lease data and more efficient resource management.
Adoption of the new lease accounting standard will create tax data and system challenges around reconciling the tax basis of a lease portfolio and managing the accuracy of associated financial statement and tax compliance reporting.
The new lease accounting standard will create new book-tax differences and change the source of data for existing differences. Some of these book-tax differences include:
While new lease management systems will be configured to produce the data and calculations needed for financial reporting purposes, most will not have preconfigured tax reporting capabilities.
PwC’s Lease Automation Service (LAS) for lessees is an attractive alternative to building a tax lease reporting solution internally. At the heart of LAS is a proprietary, web-based technology developed by our experienced tax professionals to help companies automate the extraction, validation, and performance of calculations over the leasing data needed for tax reporting.
Whether your company is public or private, the new lease accounting standard, ASC 842, remains an important issue.
Find out more about implementation insights for companies still approaching their ASC 842 effective date, as well as considerations for companies that have moved past their compliance deadline.
Partner, Tax, PwC US