The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
CFOs Remain Cautious With Corporate Cash
U.S. companies have not relinquished their liquidity buffers or their habit of keeping cash in ultra-safe investment vehicles.
Finance Execs Fearful of Spending Tax-Cut Proceeds
In addition, they remain extremely conservative about how they "invest" excess cash.
‘Taxpayer Friendly’ IRS Guidance Could Ease Offshore Worries
The IRS and Treasury rush to clarify uncertainties about repatriation of offshore earnings.
Deferred Taxes Could Drive Big Earnings Swing
The new tax cuts will make winners out of companies with big deferred tax liabilities and losers of those with large tax assets, an expert forecasts.
What Should CFOs Expect from the New Tax Bill?
Corporations look forward to a 21% tax rate and immediate expensing of short-lived capital investments.