With the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) and CHIPS Act (CHIPS), collectively the Acts, now officially law, it is important for businesses to understand the potential accounting consequences that may arise from the application of the new tax laws.
The Acts include a new corporate alternative minimum tax, an excise tax, and new and expanded tax credits. Many of the new and expanded tax credits include refundable or transferable mechanisms which, depending on the nature of the credits, may impact the accounting for the incentives.
Join us for this webcast, where KPMG professionals discuss a variety of topics, including:
- Overview of the provisions within the IRA and CHIPS Acts
- Accounting for income taxes considerations associated with the Corporate Alternative Minimum Tax
- Accounting considerations of the new excise tax provisions
- Accounting considerations of nonrefundable, refundable and transferable credits
Accounting for Income Taxes Bulletin
This publication is issued by KPMG's Accounting for Income Taxes group in Washington National Tax to highlight developments and other items of interest to professionals involved with accounting for income taxes matters.
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Items of interest to professionals involved with accounting for income taxes matters