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Tax books

Records kept by a firm's management that follow IRS rules. The books follow Financial Accounting Standards Board rules.

Tax Books

Records that a company must keep in order to comply with IRS regulations. Tax books must conform to the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
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However, Lagos State seems to have taken a few pages out of the BRICS' tax book and the state is reaping the benefits.
Intuit ProLine, LexisNexis, Tax Analysts, and The Tax Book were rated by fewer than 10 respondents; while their ratings are presented for completeness, they should be interpreted with caution.
The foreign corporation's controlling domestic shareholders use the tax book value (or alternative tax book value) method of allocating interest expense under Sec.
We tried to create a ruler for measuring how much 1095-A pain consumers are feeling, when compared with the usual Form 1040 pain, by looking at consumers' posts on three tax-related message boards: Intuit's TurboTax message board, H&R Block's The Community message board, and the message board for The Tax Book.
KPN has signed an agreement with the Dutch tax authorities in relation to the size of a tax book loss that is likely to be recognised upon completion of the sale of E-Plus to TelefEnica Deutschland.
It's the super rich of course who can pay flash accountants to use every dodge in the tax book to pay the absolute minimum.
In its current statement, the Dutch group explained that it expects the tax book loss to offset its taxable income in the Netherlands in the coming years, starting with 2014.
Morocco has one of the craziest import tax laws that are derived from an outdated tax book that considers a foreign car as luxury and should be reserved for the rich and elite.
Rich Lowry of National Review, among other hyphenated conservatives, also went apoplectic over The Fair Tax Book by Nell Boortz.
Businesses now have the option of valuing company-provided cars for fringe benefit tax purposes either on the basis of their original cost or on the tax book value of the vehicle in the company's books.
Her book, Minding Her Own Business: The Self-Employed Woman's Guide to Taxes and Financial Records, is the only small-business tax book I've seen that talks about how domestic partners can split income.