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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:


Recent insights

IRS to resume rulings on leveraged spin-offs

TAX ALERT

IRS to resume rulings on leveraged spin-offs

IRS decision to re-open the ruling process for pre-spin-off debt issuances could add a monetization effect to a spin-off.

Exorcise your ghost assets: Stop paying unnecessary property tax

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Exorcise your ghost assets: Stop paying unnecessary property tax

Fully-depreciated fixed assets can haunt your property taxes for years. Identify and fully dispense ghost assets to avoid excess taxation.

President Trump's executive order requires review of tax regulations

TAX ALERT

President Trump's executive order requires review of tax regulations

Treasury to review significant tax regulations issued in 2016 and 2017, likely including debt-equity and corporate inversion regulations.

Understand available elections after a CODI event to claim tax savings

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Understand available elections after a CODI event to claim tax savings

Taxpayers may be able to retain net operating losses rather than tax basis in assets following a CODI event. Learn more.

Taxpayer's claim that its documents were 'mutual mistake' fails

TAX ALERT

Taxpayer's claim that its documents were 'mutual mistake' fails

Taxpayer reported sale of subsidiary stock as sale of holding company stock; IRS assertion of tax deficiency and penalties upheld.

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