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Integrated Tax Lifecycle

The Tax Lifecycle is a continuous progression generally started with an enterprise’s annual income tax provision and continuing through the planning and forecasting phases. The process is tied to various regulatory deadlines and must be adhered to.



At the close of every year and quarter, companies recognize income tax expense or benefit in accordance with FASB Accounting Standards Codification 740, Income Taxes (ASC 740). ASC 740 prescribes the methodology for the recognition, measurement and disclosure of income taxes.


Due to the time constraints endured during the compressed tax accounting close, enterprises generally extend their tax compliance obligations to afford additional time to file income tax returns.


Companies prepare and file their annual income tax returns following a set of jurisdiction-based complex rules and regulations which are subject to ongoing change.


Due to the generally large cash outlays required during the tax year, tax obligations should be forecasted to ensure coordination with overall business operations.


Tax returns are subject to the scrutiny of the various taxing jurisdictions in which a company operates or may be deemed operating.


As one of the largest expenses on a company’s income statement, income tax planning is necessary to ensure obligations are met without sacrificing tax efficiency.


Companies need to comply with various federal, state, local and country specific rules and regulations to remit estimated tax payments periodically throughout the tax year.


Due to a multitude of factors, companies may be required to amend previously filed tax returns that may increase or decrease the amount of tax previously reported.

Latest News BVI Rules Out New Taxes In 2021 Budget

The Government of the British Virgin Islands has announced that it will seek to boost tax collections by modernizing tax administration, not by imposing new taxes. Cayman Tables Law For Digital Asset Business Regime

The Government of the Cayman Islands has published legislation in its Official Gazette to introduce a regulatory regime for virtual asset service providers (VASPs). France To Collect Its Digital Services Tax This Year

French Minister of Finance Bruno Le Maire has reportedly said that France intends to collect the country's digital services tax in December 2020. OECD Indicates New Focus On Virtual Currency Tax Issues

The OECD has released a new report on countries' tax rules for virtual currencies, alongside an announcement that the Common Reporting Standard will be expanded next year to newly cover virtual currency assets. Cyprus, US To Begin Exchanging CbC Reports

Cyprus has announced that a deal for the exchange of country-by-country reports between the territory and the US is expected to become effective and cover reporting years starting on or after January 1, 2020. UK Taxpayers May Arrange Payment Of Deferred VAT In 2021

HM Revenue and Customs has confirmed that UK businesses who wish to pay their deferred VAT liabilities in installments will be able to decide a payment schedule early next year. France Hikes VAT Due On Yacht Charters

The French tax authority has confirmed new rules regarding the calculation of VAT on pleasure yacht charters. Luxembourg Details BEPS Amendments To Swiss DTA

On November 17, 2020, Luxembourg's tax authority published Circular LG – Conv. DI no. 66, outlining the changes made by the BEPS multilateral instrument (BEPS MLI) to the double tax agreement in place with Switzerland. Moroccan Lawmakers Approve Law To Ratify BEPS MLI

Morocco is set to ratify the BEPS multilateral instrument (BEPS MLI) to make changes to its network of double tax agreements. Maltese Corporate Tax Return Filing Deadline Extended

Malta's Commissioner for Revenue has announced an extension to the corporate tax filing deadline for businesses whose tax year is the calendar year.

IP PINs to be available to all individuals in 2021

The IRS announced that it would begin allowing all individual taxpayers to opt in to receive an identity protection personal identification number (IP PIN), beginning in mid-January 2021.

Auditing fraud risk during a pandemic

Fraud risk in the financial statements has been elevated amid the coronavirus pandemic. Here’s what practitioners need to know as they audit the risks of fraud during their engagements.

Succession issues surge at accounting firms

According to the 2020 Succession Planning Survey, more than half of multi-owner firms (55%) said they are currently experiencing succession challenges, up from 26% in 2016.

New report highlights digital transformation during COVID-19 and beyond

Get some insights on how CPAs and finance professionals are using technology solutions to change their businesses in the era of COVID-19. A new report will guide a long-term, strategic approach to drive digital success, manage risk and streamline costs.

AICPA urges SBA and OMB to reconsider PPP Loan Necessity Questionnaires

An AICPA letter suggests that the need for certain borrowers to complete a new form and provide extensive documentation supporting their request for relief funds be reconsidered and that other approaches be evaluated in assessing a borrower’s good faith certification.

IP PINs to be available to all individuals in 2021

The IRS announced that it would begin allowing all individual taxpayers to opt in to receive an identity protection personal identification number (IP PIN), beginning in mid-January 2021.

Like-kind exchange rules define real property, incidental personal property

The IRS issued final regulations that define real property for like-kind exchange purposes and what qualifies as incidental personal property that will not disqualify an exchange.

Final rules coordinate Sec. 245A and Sec. 951A

The IRS issued final rules on the Sec. 245A extraordinary disposition rule and the Sec. 951A disqualified basis and disqualified payment rules, as well as reporting requirements to facilitate the rules.

AICPA mobilizes members to push for deductibility of PPP-funded expenses

The AICPA is asking its members to write to their senators and representatives in Congress in support of legislation that would mandate that anyone who receives a loan through the PPP can deduct business expenses even when payment of those expenses results in loan forgiveness under the CARES Act.

Centralized partnership audit regime changes proposed

The IRS issued rules on two special enforcement matters for purposes of the unified partnership audit rules.

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