Corporate Tax Services
Is your corporate tax function keeping pace with today's complex tax environment?
A disciplined, integrated approach to corporate tax requires experienced tax professionals who understand the distinct tax concerns of corporations. We understand tax laws, tax process and tax technology and how they interact with your business strategy and operations to create effective tax results.
Our comprehensive corporate tax services are especially beneficial to corporations and tax departments that have experienced or expect to undergo transformative change, such as:
- Leadership changes
- Technology integrations
- Substantial regulatory adjustments
- Operational changes
- Expansion into new markets or services
Success breeds complexity; we can help you simplify
Our corporate tax specialists coordinate with our federal, international, state and local, and tax technology specialists to identify and streamline effective approaches to your corporate tax concerns. These may include:
- Tax compliance across all jurisdictions, including international, state and local
- Accounting for income taxes
- Technology selection and optimization
- Process and workflow improvement
- Mergers and acquisitions tax services
- Co-sourcing and outsourcing of roles or processes
- Specialty tax consulting
- Strategic tax planning
Is your company a C corporation that may be undergoing a change in control? If so, you should be aware of the potential adverse tax consequences that may result from the payment of “golden parachute payments.”
Ruling the corporate parent was allowed an ordinary loss deduction on its subsidiary, the IRS required a look-through to predecessor entities.
Revised Form 7004 instructions clarifies that a calendar year C corporation is eligible for an automatic six-month extension to Oct. 16.
We are frequently called in to meet with companies that are looking to outsource or co-source their tax function. For many, the decision to take that approach has already been made and the company is simply evaluating providers, looking for the right fit.
A joint resolution seeking to revoke the Treasury’s debt documentation rules has been referred to the Committee on Ways and Means.
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