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Latest Software Insights
Accuracy Trumps Tax Rate in Recent Survey of Corporate Tax Directors
Two words summarize what senior corporate tax executives value most when measuring the effectiveness of their tax department's performance: no surprises.
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White Papers, Resource Guides, Articles, & eBooks
Essential Guide for Managing Fixed Assets
This eBook provides an overview of fixed asset management and illustrates why it is important to exercise control to ensure accuracy of fixed assets information.
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On Demand Webinars
Like-Kind Exchange (LKE) Program: Avoid Higher Taxes
The expiration of bonus depreciation marks the beginning of higher taxes for most corporate taxpayers. Learn how a Like-Kind Exchange program may help you avoid higher taxes and defer tax gains.
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Customer Success Stories
20 Years and Counting: Seeing Trends with BNA Income Tax Planner
Modeling multiple case scenarios, providing multi-year projections, and quickly revising estimated tax payments throughout the year. These are just some of the tasks Bernadette Schopfer is able to nimbly accomplish with her BNA Income Tax™ Planner software. However, there’s one thing she values most of all.
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Washington Post Reports Saving $60+ Million with Fixed Asset Software
Dean Rohrbaugh, the Washington Post's Director of Tax Information Services, discusses how the Washington Post Company used BNA Fixed Assets system to identify more than $60 million in depreciation opportunities.
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Tax Legislation Update
New Guidance on the Capitalization of Tangible Property
The IRS recently issued its much anticipated regulations providing taxpayers a broad range of guidance on whether to capitalize or expense amounts paid to acquire, produce, or improve tangible property. The new set of rules is far-reaching and it is likely that all taxpayers who use fixed assets in their businesses will be required to make a change in their accounting method to comply with them.
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