Accounting methods & credits

Learn about tax-efficient accounting methods and credits from both a risk and opportunity perspective.

Adam Boyar

Adam Boyar

Principal, Accounting Methods & Credits Services, KPMG (US)

+1 213-955-8332


Accounting methods to help you improve your cash flow and mitigate risks

The pressure is on to preserve cash, improve efficiencies and mitigate risks while navigating a dynamic mix of economic, regulatory and globalization challenges. That’s where KPMG LLP’s (KPMG) Accounting Methods and Credit Services (AMCS) can help.

KPMG's AMCS practice includes tax and accounting professionals, scientists, engineers and industry specialists who can help simplify how your current accounting practices and operations affect your tax position, so you can take full advantage of tax-efficient accounting methods and credits from both a risk and opportunity perspective.  


Our AMCS practice provide services in three distinct areas:



Webcast replay: Final Section 263A Regulations

Listen to our replay, where professionals from KPMG's Washington National Tax practice cover highlights of the final 263A regulations and discuss practical approaches to the complexity added to inventory computations by the new rules.

Research credit and meal and entertainment services

Reimagining tax...combining KPMG's tax experience with IBM Watson's cognitive capabilities, discover corporate tax benefits and risk with greater confidence.


Recent news

The R&D Credit: Top of Mind Questions

We polled over 500 tax professionals during our recent TaxWatch Webcast and asked them how they are working with the R&D tax credit. See what we discovered.

R&D Credit Opportunities for Blockchain

U.S. research and development (R&D) tax credits are incentives of up to 15.8 percent for eligible incremental development spending, resulting in potentially millions of dollars in tax savings. Companies engaging in R&D efforts in blockchain may be able to qualify for this credit.

Final 263A Regulations

The final section 263A regulations released on November 19, 2018 address the treatment of “negative adjustments” in computing the amount of additional 263A costs that are allocated to ending inventory for federal tax purposes.

R&D Credit Opportunities for Industrial Manufacturing

Tax reform impacts the industrual manfacturing industry in many ways. Changes to income tax rates, NOL use, AMT, interaction with BEAT, along with many positive regulatory changes the past several years, all increase the value of R&D credits for the industry.

Opportunity knocks under tax reform

Qualified opportunity zone investments under new tax law.

Proposed section 168(k) regulations

An increased bonus depreciation percentage for qualified property under the new tax law.