Raids Escalate Caterpillar Tax Dispute With U.S.
U.S. authorities executed search warrants at Caterpillar facilities as part of a probe of the company's shifting of corporate profits to a Swiss subsidiary.
Radical Changes Needed in Border-Adjusted Tax Plan
The World Trade Organization would likely reject the Republican tax blueprint provision.
Cap on Benefits Tax Breaks Could Shake up Companies
The days of a total tax exclusion for employer-sponsored insurance may be numbered.
Repatriating Cash in a Territorial Tax System
For now, companies are in a quandary as they wait for clarity about how to prepare for a territorial tax system.
Planning For Tax Policy Turmoil
How to navigate a potential sea change in the U.S. corporate tax system.
Federal Tax Reform Could Have Big Effect on States
While the outlook is unclear, sitting back and waiting to see how things unfold is not a winning strategy.
United Profit Falls 52% But Beats Estimates
The airline also reported that unit revenue outperformed its initial guidance, another indication that the industry's revenue outlook is improving.
Low Effective Tax Rates Don’t Signal Excess Risk: Study
Contrary to common opinion, there's no evidence that a low effective tax rate is a sign of risky corporate management.
2017: A Year to Review Capital Structure
Prospective tax changes from President-elect Trump will cause companies to change how they allocate and distribute capital.
How the Cloud is Unlocking the Predictive Power of Tax Data
Some of the sexier applications of the cloud are starting to emerge from the operational abyss.