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Future Income Tax

In accounting, a way for a company to avoid taxes following years in which it had a net operating loss. If a company deducts more than its net income in a given tax year, it may take the difference between the deduction and the net income (a negative number) and apply it as a deduction on taxable income for up to 7-10 years. For example, if a company loses $500,000 in one year, and makes $1,000,000 the following year, it may only be liable for a $500,000 profit.
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We anticipate that the Company will recover our write-down of the deferred tax asset in fifteen months through lower future income taxes.
In Robinson, 69 TC 222 (1977), the Tax Court examined whether to discount the value of installment notes in an estate for future income taxes that the beneficiaries of those notes would pay on the income in respect of a decedent (IRD) included in future installments.
A temporary, one-time decrease in a state's corporate income tax revenues over a short period of years will be more than replaced in the long run by permanent increases in state withholding taxes, sales and use taxes, future income taxes, and other business taxes that the business will pay.
The trust is selling most of its 76 percent ownership of the company for $565 million in equity, plus $90 million in settlement of Manville's obligation for future income taxes of the trust, according to a company spokesman.
Because there are many unique factors that can impact an individual company when estimating the amount of future income taxes to be paid, we believe the use of a pre-tax measure is valuable for evaluating the Company.
Step 1--Determine the individual's cashflow needs by projecting current and future income taxes, as well as AMT exposure.
Because many factors that are unique to each individual company impact the amount of future income taxes to be paid, the use of a pre-tax measure provides greater comparability of assets when evaluating companies.
Securities and Exchange Commission and, with the exception of exclusion of future income taxes, conform to the Statement of Financial Accounting Standard No.
Now that AERT has been profitable from operations for the past two years and expects to be profitable in the future, GAAP requires that the Company reverse its valuation allowance and recognize a deferred tax asset for future income taxes that it will not have to pay because of net operating losses (NOLs) accumulated in the Company's developmental years.
Interest, amortization and provision for future income taxes amounted to $130,879, $263,054 and $52,500 respectively resulting in net earnings for the period of $128,349.
45 Weighted average Class A and Class B shares outstanding (000's) 10,840 10,847 10,845 10,847 Selected Financial Information (Thousands of dollars) (Unaudited) Three months ended Year ended December 31 December 31 CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS 2005 2004 2005 2004 Cash provided by (used for) Operating activities Net income (loss) for the period $(5,152) $1,260 $5,734 $15,707 Items not affecting cash Amortization and accretion 2,460 2,670 10,441 10,736 Future income taxes (1,808) (693) (2,412) (630) Non-controlling interests (3,193) (272) (3,352) (330) Equity income (loss) from Richvale York Block Inc.
After taking into account current and future income taxes, the net income was $171,138 ($0.

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