4 edition of Accountant"s and treasurer"s complete guide to the accumulated earnings tax. found in the catalog.
Accountant"s and treasurer"s complete guide to the accumulated earnings tax.
Holzman, Robert S.
|LC Classifications||HJ4653.U46 H64|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||251|
|LC Control Number||74008187|
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This guide covers all of the essential business tax accounting topics, including how to figure out if you’re eligible for tax credits and how to maximize them, which expenses and long-term assets you can write off, and how to maintain pristine financial records.
And though the last thing you want is an audit, this book covers how to deal with. Expanded version of: Accountant's and treasurer's complete guide to the accumulated earnings tax.
Description: pages ; 26 cm: Other Titles: New guide to the accumulated earnings tax New guide to the accumulated earnings tax: Responsibility: Robert S. Holzman. The federal income tax is a pay-as-you-go tax. A corporation generally must make estimated tax payments as it earns or receives income during its tax year.
After the end of the year, the corporation must file an income tax return. This section will help you determine when and how to pay and file corporate income taxes.
Accordingly, most companies can’t look at the earnings from a financial reporting perspective and assume that is what is going to be taxable income for the period. Here is a list of the common book-to-tax differences we see so that you can understand the differences between your book and taxable income.
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income tax purposes is limited to the excess of the money contributed by the always excluded from federal income. This means the treasurer excludes this value from Box 1 of the W The treasurer can, however, put this amount in Box 14 of the W.
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I think this points out how few people, and apparently some accountants, fail to understand that the Treasurer is NOT oversight; Treasurers are on the board, not independent. This is why, in really well-run organizations, financial reports that the Treasurer submits should not be considered as "accepted" but rather as filed awaiting audit.
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