Tax & Accounting Blog

Treasury and IRS Issue Foreign Tax Credit Guidance in Response to State Aid Investigations

Treasury and IRS Issue Foreign Tax Credit Guidance in Response to State Aid Investigations

Following the European Commission's (EC’s) state aid decision regarding Apple (see BEPS Action 5), the U.S. Department of the Treasury (Treasury) issued Notice 2016-52 stating that the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and Treasury intend to issue new regulations under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) section 909 that will prevent … Read More

Content is the Heart of Your Marketing Strategy

Content is the Heart of Your Marketing Strategy

In this new media marketing era, successful content marketing begins with a well-planned and strategically executed content marketing strategy. Align your content strategy with the buying life-cycle in order to provide key decision-making tools for your prospects along the way. Leverage social media channels to drive more connections, achieve enhanced exposure and improve company popularity. … Read More

U.S. Treasury Sees Opportunity for Business Tax Reform

U.S. Treasury Sees Opportunity for Business Tax Reform

On September 12, 2016, the U.S. Department of the Treasury (Treasury) issued a press release, regarding an article written by Secretary Jacob J. Lew, discussing how the negative reaction by Congress to the European Commission’s (EC’s) recent state aid investigations could lead to an opportunity for business tax reform. On February 11, 2016, … Read More

Pictures Should Reinforce Your Brand: Case in Point

Pictures Should Reinforce Your Brand: Case in Point

Odds are, your firm isn’t in the beauty products business, but there are important lessons to be learned (or at least considered) from an ongoing debate involving two top companies in that industry. You have probably seen the controversial comparison between Victoria’s Secret’s “Love My Body” and Dove’s “Real Beauty” ad … Read More