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Hurry Up And Wait…The IFRS & US GAAP Dance Continues

Hurry Up And Wait…The IFRS & US GAAP Dance Continues

The primary goal of a single set of high-quality global accepted accounting standards is still the heart of the matter. However, the SEC’s final report from its IFRS work plan, issued July 13, 2012, does not set out any conclusions on the logistics of when or how current US GAAP reporters can achieve that goal. … Read More

Data Management Podcast Series: How a Tax Department Automated 70% of Their Tax Adjustments

Data Management Podcast Series: How a Tax Department Automated 70% of Their Tax Adjustments

Imagine eliminating the risk and time-consuming processes of using Microsoft® Office Excel during your income tax filings and year-end financial close. As part of the latest story in our Data Management Podcast Series, Chip Gooding, Director, Tax Accounting and Reporting at Commercial Metals Company (CMC), shares how transitioning to standardized workpapers helped his tax … Read More

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The 2012 ktMINE Royalty Rate Resource Guide Provides Market Transparency and Transactional IP Insights

It is estimated that intellectual property (IP) represents at least 80% of corporate value across the globe. The recently released ktMINE Royalty Rate Resource Guide can help transfer pricing and valuation analysts seek clarity when benchmarking IP transactions. This guide provides insight into royalty rate trends from 25 industries spanning the past 12 … Read More

New York Tax Leaders Help Each Other with Data Management Issues

New York Tax Leaders Help Each Other with Data Management Issues

Some of the topics discussed at last week’s tax data management roundtable discussion included growing global operations and the need for accuracy and speed in tax processes. The event featured 40 New York tax professionals from companies in the area and many in attendance expressed that multiple systems were a challenge, especially with systems that aren’t integrated. Data can be difficult to find when it’s located … Read More

Maruca announces creation of International Practice Networks for Transfer Pricing

Maruca announces creation of International Practice Networks for Transfer Pricing

Two international practice networks have launched within the transfer pricing operation of the IRS. Transfer Pricing Director Samuel Maruca has announced the formation of two new International Practice Networks within the IRS focusing on in-bound and outbound income shifting in order to bring a higher level of professionalism within the service.  This is part … Read More