Tax Departments Are Starving for Technology Investment
The tax function needs the same kinds of modern tools that finance and accounting are increasingly acquiring, Deloitte says.
Falling Global Tax Rates Make U.S. Less Competitive
A lower U.S. tax rate plus simplification of the tax system would stimulate corporate expansion and spark economic growth, consultant says.
CFO’s Daily Roundup: July 14, 2015
A collection of CFO.com's articles and stories published on July 14, 2015
NOL Carryforward Nightmare
A tax rule designed to apply to M&A events snares YRC, limiting its use of financial losses to offset future gains.
How to Avoid Personal Tax Woes
A collection of gotcha’s, pitfalls, red flags and respectful reminders to help keep executives out of trouble with the IRS over their compensation.
What’s the Difference? Liquidation vs. Dissolution
An anomaly described in a recent IRS ruling says there is a big, but subtle, difference.