The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: A Practitioner's Resource


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Tax Notes is proud to present a resource for practitioners wrestling with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Contributing editor Carrie Brandon Elliot has written a collection of articles that offers a thorough explanation of topics such as foreign tax credits, subpart F, PFICs, hybrids, and the implications for partnerships and consolidated groups.
This collection contains the following articles:
  • The TCJA's Effect on Foreign Tax Credits
  • How the TCJA Has Changed Subpart F
  • The TCJA's Effect on PFICs and Controlled Foreign Corporations
  • The TCJA and Capital Gains
  • The TCJA and Indefinite Reinvestment Assertions
  • The TCJA and U.S. Real Estate Investments by Foreign Persons
  • The TCJA and Passive Income: Mixed Incentives
  • The TCJA's New Revenue Recognition Timing Test
  • The TCJA's Tax Accounting Challenges
  • The TCJA's Fourth-Quarter Playbook for Filers
  • The TCJA's Effects on Oil and Gas Investments
  • The TCJA's Bargain With Insurance Companies
  • The TCJA and Partnerships
  • TCJA Tax Rate Increases to Begin in 2019
  • The TCJA Brings Big Changes to Tax Accounting
  • Reducing TCJA Accounting Distortions
  • New TCJA-Related Regs Ease Double Counting and Income Mismatches
  • TCJA and Effectively Connected Income Deduction Limits
  • The TCJA and New FTC Limitation Rules
  • How GILTI Discourages Research in the United States
  • Expanding Hybrid Deduction Accounts to GILTI and Subpart F
  • How Imported Mismatch Payment Rules Can Create Double Taxation
  • TCJA Hybrid Regulations: Overreach or Underdone?
  • Extending TCJA Section 267A to Reverse Hybrids
  • Stretching Interest Disallowance Applicability in Section 267A
  • Navigating TCJA Foreign Tax Credit Limitations
  • How Section 245A Temporary Regs Limit Dividends Received Deductions, Part 1
  • How Section 245A Temporary Regs Limit Dividends Received Deductions, Part 2
  • How Sections 245A and 964(e)(4) Coordinate Treatment of Dividends
  • Proposed New Regs Allow GILTI Exclusion for CFC High-Taxed Income
  • Election to Consolidate Can Affect Transition Tax Liability
  • Consolidated Groups Face Challenges From Proposed 163(j) Regs
  • Consolidated Groups Wrestling With the BEAT
  • Consolidated Group Members Become Single Under GILTI
  • Consolidated Groups Weigh GILTI Effect on Basis Adjustments
  • Consolidated Groups Seek Deductions Under Proposed FDII and GILTI Regs
  • Consolidated Groups Still Facing Hybrid and DCL Problems
  • A New Hybrid Approach for Partnerships in GILTI and Subpart F Regs
  • Reducing GILTI Inclusion by Capitalizing or Apportioning Depreciation
  • Using an Aggregate Approach to Determine Partnership QBAI
  • Antiavoidance Rules Thwart Reduced GILTI Inclusions
  • How Qualified Interest Income and Expense Can Affect GILTI Inclusions
  • Inventory Your Cost of Goods Sold to Minimize the BEAT
  • Preventing Double Nontaxation: Subpart F and GILTI Coordination
  • Clarifying TCJA Insurance Provisions in Proposed PFIC Regs
  • Proposed BEAT Regs Clarify Aggregate Group Rules
  • Beat the BEAT: Waiving Base Erosion Deductions
  • Beat the BEAT, Part 2: Partnership Antiabuse