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Lessons Learned: Select Tax Accounting Considerations in a Post-TCJA World

Lessons Learned: Select Tax Accounting Considerations in a Post-TCJA World

Raymond Wynman
Managing Director
Jim Swanick
Managing Director
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    As the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA) approaches its second birthday, manufacturers are getting a clearer view about what it means to operate in a post-TCJA environment. Treasury has issued final and proposed regulations on almost all significant aspects of the U.S. international tax regime. This presents both challenges and opportunities for the manufacturing sector.

    During this webinar, which was hosted by the Manufacturing Alliance for Productivity and Innovation, tax specialists from Global Tax Management, Inc. (GTM) cover practical approaches to addressing the following:

    §163(j) Interest Limitation
    Changes to Expense Allocation and Apportionment Under the New Foreign Tax Credit (FTC) Regime
    Impacts on the Indefinite Reinvestment Assertion under ASC 740-30 (formerly APB 23)

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    As the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA) approaches its second birthday, manufacturers are getting a clearer view about what it means to operate in a post-TCJA environment. Treasury has issued final and proposed regulations on almost all significant aspects of the U.S. international tax regime. This presents both challenges and opportunities for the manufacturing sector.

    During this  webinar,  which was hosted by the Manufacturing Alliance for Productivity and Innovation, tax specialists from Global Tax Management, Inc. (GTM) cover practical approaches to addressing the following:

    • §163(j) Interest Limitation
    • Changes to Expense Allocation and Apportionment Under the New Foreign Tax Credit (FTC) Regime
    • Impacts on the Indefinite Reinvestment Assertion under ASC 740-30 (formerly APB 23)
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