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Proposed 2022 Benefit and Payment Parameters Include
Prescription Drug Concessions. HHS has proposed defining the prescription drug rebates and other price concessions (including discounts, coupons, and reduced-price services) that insurers must deduct from incurred claims for MLR reporting and rebate calculation purposes, beginning with the 2022 MLR reporting year (MLR reports filed in 2023).
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Indirect Tax for the Retail Industry
whether it is meant for on-premise or off-premise consumption. ONESOURCE Indirect Tax has you covered, from calculating prepared alcohol excise taxes to preparing food and beverage tax returns. Our trusted tax research is always up to date so your business can focus on what’s more important. Retail operations — precision at the point of sale
Tax Cuts and Jobs Act – Changes
This special study describes key business tax changes that are made under the Act, including a reduction in the corporate tax rate to a flat 21% rate; an increase in expensing to $1 million; a temporary 100% first year qualifying business asset deduction; a 5-year write-off period for R&D expenses; a limitation on the deduction for business
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J-4450 Applicability of OID Current Inclusion Rules to Stripped Bonds and Coupons. J-4500 Discount on Short-Term Obligations. J-4550 Market Discount as Interest Income. J-4600 U.S. Savings Bonds, Inherited Discount Obligations, and Installment Obligations Bought at a Discount.
2017 Tax Reform: Checkpoint Special Study on Business Tax
In general, qualifying property is defined as depreciable tangible personal property that is purchased for use in the active conduct of a trade or business, and includes off-the-shelf computer software and qualified real property (i.e., qualified leasehold improvement property, qualified restaurant property, and qualified retail improvement
2017 Tax Reform: Business tax changes in Senate-passed
On December 2, the Senate, by a vote of 51 to 49, passed its version of the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” (the Act). Among the many significant business changes, the Act would reduce the corporate tax rate to a flat 20% rate; increase expensing to $1 million; provide a temporary 100% first year qualifying business asset deduction; provide a 5-year write-off period for R&D expenses; limits the