October 6, 2022

Looking For Collaborators Who Are Strong On Tax Provisions

I write on taxes for forbes.com and have written some posts on the misunderstanding that financial articles tend to create about tax provisions.  I'd like to go a little deeper and also discuss the earnings adjustments that major companies might have in the event of major rate changes next year.

My problems is that my background is large local/regional which is dominated by flow through.  I would like to collaborate with somebody who has done a lot of provision work.  All I can offer is the glory.

Here is my most recent post on the subject

http://www.forbes.com/sites/peterjreilly/2016/11/03/how-much-do-large-corporations-pay-in-income-tax-probably-less-than-you-think/#17eefdf136d2

I can be reached at [email protected]

 

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