Tax Analysts presents, news, commentary, and analysis regarding all developments regarding corporate taxes and corporate taxation.
The area of corporations and corporate taxation covers a vast amount of topics, from entity selection, reporting issues, distributions and earnings and profits, to mergers, acquisitions, and reorganizations, as well as broader issues such as tax policy and the place of corporate tax in the fundamental tax system structures of the United States as well as the individual states.
Tax Analysts brings its customers the latest developments in all aspects of corporate taxation, often presenting both developments and analysis on the same day. Thus, customers can read just-released regulation text — for example, the final regulations on determining whether an expanded affiliated group has substantial business activities in a foreign country (contained in T.D. 9720) — and also read Tax Analysts’ same-day coverage ("Substantial Business Activities Regs Retain 25 Percent Threshold"), which summarizes the regulation, provides commentary by experts, and links to previous related documents and stories.
Tax Analyst’s coverage includes corporate taxation developments in the international, federal, and state areas. Recent corporate taxation topics covered in news articles and commentary by Tax Analysts’ staff and contributors include "News Analysis: Is the Yahoo Spin Abusive?," "‘Waive' Goodbye to the Statute of Limitations in New Jersey Tax Court?" and "U.S. Tax Review," a column that focused on recent IRS rulings that targeted foreign corporations.
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