IRS Releases Final Rules on Corporate Tax Break
The so-called FDII deduction applies to the intangible income of companies that produce goods and services in the U.S. and sell abroad.
PwC Hires More Companies’ Tax Teams
In the latest deal under the professional services firm's "insourcing" managed-service strategy, most of Synchrony's tax department is now on its payroll.
What’s Up with M&A in the Age of Tax Reform?
While M&A activity is strong this year, quantifying how much of it is driven by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act requires a nuanced analysis.
Five Steps for Pass-Through Firms amid Tax Reform
What determines whether a pass-through firm will be entitled to a 20% on qualified business income under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act?
Quarterly GDP Growth Increases to 4.1%
Some economists say the rate will be difficult to sustain in the third quarter. Fed officials forecast yearlong GDP growth of under 3%.
Meeting the Tax Reform Challenge Through Automation
Companies don't need to spend a lot of money to address the issues brought on by tax reform. All they need is a bit of automation in the finance function.
Not Your Father’s Tax Department Anymore
The complexities wrought by tax reform could prompt companies to revamp their tax leadership, a recruiter says.
Global CFOs Still Bullish on America — So Far
Growing protectionist views in the United States threaten to upset the economic status quo, Zurich finds.
CFO Optimism Is Sky High, But Also At Risk
Tax changes, cash management, M&A fever, and the talent squeeze are among the chief challenges CFOs are facing in mid-2018.
No Finance Experience? No Problem
Principal Financial Group's CFO, on the job less than a year, had spent her career running businesses rather than finance teams.
Should Looming Tax Reform Drive 401(k) Prefunding?
If the corporate tax rate is lowered, funding more future liabilities before the change takes effect could net significant savings for plan sponsors.