Bloomberg Tax + Foss & Co
A POST-TAX REFORM PRIMER ON U.S. TAX CREDITS
A lower tax rate won’t necessarily leave corporations in the best possible situation. The tax law curtailed or eliminated many business deductions, such as putting new limits on interest deductions and a new ceiling on, and repeal of carrybacks for, net operating losses. The law also outlines repatriation deadlines on earnings long held overseas. Such factors require a discussion of various tax mitigation strategies—some either overlooked or minimally leveraged in prior years—to offset these post-reform provisions. Tax credits figure importantly in those potential strategies.
Foss & Co
TAX EQUITY REMAINS AN UNDER-UTILIZED TOOL FOR CORPORATE TAX STRATEGY
Foss & Company’s research and analysis on trends in the tax equity market confirms that while a number of leading corporations are participating in this $20 billion annual tax equity market, tax equity remains an under-utilized tool for companies seeking to deploy thoughtful and strategic tax strategies. This whitepaper intends to shed light and deliver broad insights into the opaque and often unfamiliar US tax equity market for US federal allocated credits and is intended for corporate tax and finance professionals.