Complimentary International Tax Provision Webinar
Friday, November 2nd 2018
A provision for income taxes is the estimated amount that a business or individual taxpayer expects to pay in income taxes for the current year. The proportional size of a corporate tax provision can vary significantly from corporation to corporation, based on their tax planning abilities.
The provision for income taxes on an income statement is the amount of income taxes a company estimates it will pay in a given year. Typically, this is represented quarterly with each earnings report on the company’s income statement. Income taxes are paid annually, but businesses will generally pay their estimated tax quarterly.
The corporate tax provision is something that CFOs and their corporate tax executives take seriously. The key for corporate executive management teams is to maintain an open and ethical relationship with the IRS, stay within the law and implement tax savings strategies that minimize taxes and increase profits.
International tax savings strategies that set up companies in countries in lower tax jurisdictions, including acquisitions of a company in a foreign jurisdiction to lower tax rates gain a lot of attention from the IRS and foreign auditors. Understanding the international tax provision under tax reform is what this webinar is all about. You are invited to attend a complimentary webinar on international tax provision by leading international corporate tax provision expert Nick Frank.
Complimentary Webinar Registration On November 2nd 2018