Corporate Income Tax Accounting

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Corporate Income Tax Accounting written by Christopher H. Hanna, Paul H. Young, and Mark P. Thomas is now available remotely through Jenkins' West Academic Digital Library database.

This hornbook treatise aims to discuss the "intersections" of financial accounting and taxation through numerical examples, excerpts from companies' financial statements, and further explanation on complex issues that arise in financial accounting and income tax principals: "The goal is to: (i) articulate the reality of financial accounting and tax compliance in light of the new landscape entities face on such matters today; and (ii) set out a means by which entities can structure their tax planning and financial reporting in a manner to efficiently meet all applicable requirements."

Some chapter subjects include accounting for income taxes (chapter 2), auditor independence (chapter 5), management assessment and auditor attestation of internal controls (chapter 6), and attorney-client privileges (chapter 8), amongst others. It also includes tables of cases, statutes, regulations, and rules as well as a general index


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