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1040

Meaning of 1040post in the United States Tax SystemSee 1040 in the American legal EncyclopediaPopular U.S. Tax WordsFederal Income Tax Law

Categories: A, P, and Tax Law. Tags: AA and PO.



1040PC

United States Tax Concept of 1040PC A 1040PC is a paper tax return prepared on a computer using an IRS approved format. The 1040PC printed return does not look like a regular Form 1040, 1040A, or 1040EZ - it looks like a computer printout without the graphics. The IRS has discontinued [...]

Categories: P and Tax Law. Tags: PC and US Tax Law.



1099-DIV

United States Tax Concept of 1099-DIV Form 1099-DIV is a statement from your broker, a mutual fund, or a company whose stock you own that summarizes the dividends you were paid. The purpose of Form 1099-DIV is to report the dividends you received, income tax withheld from dividends, and [...]

Categories: D and Tax Law. Tags: DI and US Tax Law.



1099-INT

United States Tax Concept of 1099-INT Form 1099-INT is a statement of interest income sent to you by payers of interest, such as banks and savings institutions. The 1099-INT summarizes your interest income for the year. The 1099-INT is also used to report other tax items related to your [...]

Categories: I and Tax Law. Tags: IN and US Tax Law.



1231 Property

Meaning of 1231 property in the United States Tax SystemIn Massachusetts it is a depreciable property used in a trade or business and held for more than one year.(Definition provided by the Massachusetts Department of R...

Categories: P and Tax Law. Tags: PR.



179 Deduction

Meaning of 179 Deduction in the United States Tax SystemIn Massachusetts is an expensing deduction allowed for investments in depreciable business equipment in the year the property is placed in service.(Definition provided

Categories: D and Tax Law. Tags: DE.



30-day Letter

Meaning of 30-day Letter in the United States Tax System30-day Letter may be defined, in an american taxation meaning, as a formal notice from the U.S. Internal Revenue Service giving the taxpayer 30 days to appeal the proposed finding of the revenue agent. Former IRC (check

Categories: D and Tax Law. Tags: DA.



401 (k) Plan

401(k) Plan Definition (in the Accounting Vocabulary)The The New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants offers the following definition of 401(k) Plan in a way that is easy for anybody to understand: Employee benefit plan authorized by Internal Revenue Code section 401(k), whereby [...]

Categories: K and Tax Law. Tags: Accounting, Accouting, Financial Law, KP, and US Tax Law.



401(a) Plan

Meaning of 401(a) Plan in the United States Tax SystemSee Bills in the American legal EncyclopediaPopular U.S. Tax WordsFederal Income Tax Law

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AP.



403(b) Plan

Meaning of 403(b) Plan in the United States Tax System(Tax-Sheltered Annuity Plan (TSA) or Teacher's Insurance and Annuity Association and College Retirement Equities Fund (TIAA-CREF) is a retirement plan for employees of universities, tax-exempt or non-profit organizations and local go...

Categories: B and Tax Law. Tags: BP.



457 Plan

Meaning of 457 Plan in the United States Tax SystemIn Massachusetts is is a deferred compensation plan set up for public employees. The plan is maintained by state or local government and other tax-exempt organizations as defined under I.R.C. Section 457 that allow tax-free deferrals ...

Categories: P and Tax Law. Tags: PL.



52/53-week Year

Meaning of 52/53-week Year in the United States Tax System52/53-week Year may be defined, in an american taxation meaning, as a fiscal year that ends on the same day of the week every year (e.g., the last Monday in September). A taxpayer may elect to use such a period as a tax year. Former ...

Categories: Tax Law and W. Tags: WE.



529 Program

Meaning of 529 Program in the United States Tax SystemA qualified tuition program set up to allow the taxpayer to either prepay or contribute to an account established for paying a student's qualified higher education expenses at an eligible educational institution.Popular U.S. Tax ...

Categories: P and Tax Law. Tags: PR.



65 Percent Limit

Meaning of 65 Percent Limit in the United States Tax SystemUsed under the independent producers' and royalty owners' exemption: the limit a taxpayer's total depletion deduction. This deduction might not exceed 65% of the taxable income for the year.Popular U.S. Tax Words

Categories: P and Tax Law. Tags: PE.



A Trust

Meaning of A Trust in the United States Tax SystemA Trust may be defined, in an american taxation meaning, as jargon for marital deduction trust; contrast A Trust with B Trust (Family Trust).Popular U.S. Tax WordsFe...

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AT.



AAA

AAA Meaning of AAA in the United States Tax System see accumulated adjustment account. Popular U.S. Tax Words Federal Income Tax Law Tax Code Income Tax Tax Law Careers Tax Law Jobs Income Tax Law Taxation What does AAA mean in American Law? The definition of AAA in the law of the [...]

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AA and Admiralty Law.



AAA Bypass Election

Meaning of AAA Bypass Election in the United States Tax SystemAAA Bypass Election may be defined, in an american taxation meaning, as an election whereby an S corporation and all of its shareholders were able to bypass any A...

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AA.



AAT

Meaning of AAT in the United States Tax SystemSee Ancillary Activity TestPopular U.S. Tax WordsFederal Income Tax Law Tax Code

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AA.



Abandoned Spouse

Meaning of Abandoned Spouse in the United States Tax SystemIn the past it means a married taxpayer, living separate and apart from the spouse during the entire year, who did not file a joint return with the spouse; also, none of the earned income of the couple was transferred between the sp...

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AB.



Abandoned well

Meaning of Abandoned Well in the United States Tax SystemSee dry hole.Popular U.S. Tax WordsFederal Income Tax Law Tax Code

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AB.



Abandonment Loss

Meaning of Abandonment Loss in the United States Tax SystemAbandonment Loss may be defined, in an american taxation meaning, as an ordinary loss which was based on the adjusted basis of a business or investment property. An abandonment loss is deductible in the tax year in which it is susta...

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AB.



Ability to Pay

Meaning of Ability To Pay in the United States Tax System This concept states that tax rates should vary according to different levels of wealth (assets such as real estate, vehicles, shares, bonds and savings accounts) or different levels of income (such as salaries, interests and dividends). [...]

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AB, Criminal Procedure Law, and US Tax Law.



Above The Line Deduction

Meaning of Above The Line Deduction in the United States Tax SystemIt means, in general, certain expenses on a tax return that can be deductible (subtracted ) from gross income before arriving at Adjusted Gross Income even if the...

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AB.



Abusive Tax Shelter

Meaning of Abusive Tax Shelter in the United States Tax SystemIt is a type of tax shelter that claims illegal tax deductions. Regulated by former IRC (check if this IRC provision is current here)§§6111 and 61...

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AB.



Accardi

Meaning of Accardi in the United States Tax SystemAccording to this doctrine (used in the 80s in the United States) after the U.S. Internal Revenue Service has adopted a procedural rule (for example, the Miranda warning) affecting, or that may affect, a substantial tax or constitutional rig...

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC.



Accelerated Cost Recovery

United States Tax Concept of Modified Accelerated Cost Recovery System (MACRS) The depreciation method used since 1986 for deducting the value of depreciable property other than real estate. MACRS depreciation is faster than straight-line depreciation. MACRS depreciation is less favorable than [...]

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC and US Tax Law.



Accelerated Cost Recovery System

Meaning of Accelerated Cost Recovery System in the United States Tax System This method of depreciation was first introduced by the Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981 and modified by the Tax Reform Act of 1984. Other enactments were issued later. The Accelerated Cost Recovery System (ACRS) ru...

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, Roman Law, and Tax Law. Tags: AC, Accelerated Cost Recovery System, Internal Revenue, Property, and Securities.



Accelerated Depreciation

Any depreciation method that produces larger deductions for depreciation in the early years of a project's life. Accelerated cost recovery system (ACRS), which is a depreciation schedule allowed for tax purposes, is one such example....

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, Financial Terminology, Intellectual Property, International Law, Roman Law, and Tax Law. Tags: AC, Accelerated Cost Recovery System, Finance Definition, Property, Securities, and US Tax Law.



Accident And Health Benefits

Meaning of Accident And Health Benefits in the United States Tax SystemAccident And Health Benefits may be defined, in an american taxation meaning, as fringe benefits provided by an employer for sickness or accidental injury (including accidental death). Benefits provided by this scheme in...

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC.



Accountable Plan

Meaning of Accountable Plan in the United States Tax SystemIt is an employer / employee reimbursement or allowance arrangement (plan) that requires employees to account for reimbursable expenses. Traditionally, the employee should meet all three of the following rules: 1. the deducti...

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC.



Accountable Reimbursement Plan

United States Tax Concept of Accountable Reimbursement Plan An Accountable Reimbursement Plan is an employer reimbursement plan or allowance arrangement established so that employees can receive business expense reimbursements tax free. The Accountable Reimbursement Plan must require employees [...]

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC and US Tax Law.



Accounting

Legal Definition and Related Resources of Accounting

Categories: A, Civil Law, Roman Law, and Tax Law. Tags: AC, Accounting, Accouting, Branch of activity, Budget, Business, Business And Competition, Business classification, Computer applications, Computer systems, Economic analysis, Economics, Education And Communications, Finance, Financial Law, Financial management, Formato Extenso, Implementation of the budget, Information technology and data processing, Management, National accounts, Partnership, Public Finance, Public finance and budget policy, Secured Transactions Commercial law, Social Science, and US Tax Law.



Accounting Method

Meaning of Accounting Method in the United States Tax SystemThis is a method used by a business in keeping its books and records for purposes of computing income and determining taxable income. The term accounting method includes not only the overall method of accounting, but also the accou...

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC, Accounting, and Accounting Method.



Accrual

In relation to a cause of action, same is said to accrue at the time when a breach of a duty has occurred or when such wrong is sustained as will give the right to the injured party to bring and maintain an action. Statute of limitations runs against a cause of action from time when it [...]

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC, Accounting, Accouting, Financial Law, and US Tax Law.



Accrued Benefit Cost Method

Meaning of Accrued Benefit Cost Method in the United States Tax SystemAccrued Benefit Cost Method is one of two basic actuarial methods employed to calculate an employer's contribution to a qualified defined-benefit pension plan. In this approach, an actuary calculates the plan liabilit...

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC.



Accrued Liabilities

Meaning of Accrued Liabilities in the United States Tax SystemIt means the amounts owed but not yet paid.See also other Tax Terms and Definitions in U.S.A. economic performance rule; recurring item exception method.Popular U.S. Tax Words

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC.



Accrued Taxes

Meaning of Accrued Taxes in the United States Tax SystemAccrued Taxes are the amount of taxes owed, based on income earned or a property value assessment, but not yet paid.See also other Tax Terms and Definitions in U.S.A. economic performance rule; recurring item exception method....

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC.



Accumulated Adjustment Account

Meaning of Accumulated Adjustment Account in the United States Tax SystemAccumulated Adjustment Account (AAA) may be defined as an account of an S corporation that contains a cumulative total of undistributed net income items for all of the S corporation taxable years beginning after 1982. ...

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC.



Accumulated Depletion

Meaning of Accumulated Depletion in the United States Tax SystemAccumulated Depletion may be defined as an accumulating contra-asset account for a depletable asset, such as a mine. This account is subtracted from the asset account on the balance sheetPopular U.S. Tax Words

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC.



Accumulated Earnings And Profits

Meaning of Accumulated Earnings And Profits in the United States Tax SystemAccumulated Earnings And Profits may be defined, in an american taxation meaning, as a summation of undistributed current earnings and profits for the history of the corporation. A distribution is taxable to the exte...

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC.



Accumulated Earnings Tax

Meaning of Accumulated Earnings Tax in the United States Tax SystemAccumulated Earnings Profits Tax It was a 39-6% penalty surcharge on earnings retained in a corporation to avoid the higher personal income taxes to which it would be subject if these earnings were paid out as divid...

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC.



Accumulated Funding Deficiency

Meaning of Accumulated Funding Deficiency in the United States Tax SystemAccumulated Funding Deficiency may be refered, in an american taxation meaning, as in a pension plan, the unfunded liability. This is the excess of the total charges to the funding account for all qualified plan years ...

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC.



Accumulating Trust

Meaning of Accumulating Trust in the United States Tax SystemSee complex trust.Popular U.S. Tax WordsFederal Income Tax Law Tax Code

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC.



Accumulation Distribution

Meaning of Accumulation Distribution in the United States Tax SystemAccumulation Distribution may be defined, in an american taxation meaning, as the amount that results when current distributions exceed distributable net income for a trust or estate.Popular U.S. Tax Words

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC.



Accuracy-related Penalty

Meaning of Accuracy-related Penalty in the United States Tax SystemAccuracy-related Penalty may be referred, in an american taxation meaning, as a 20% penalty on the portion of any underpayment attributable to negligence or disregard of rules or regulations, a substantial overstatement of v...

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC.



ACE

Meaning of ACE in the United States Tax Systemsee adjusted current earnings.Popular U.S. Tax WordsFederal Income Tax Law Tax Code

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC.



ACH Credit

Meaning of ACH credit in the United States Tax SystemACH credit and California TaxFor more information about taxes in California, click here. The Automated Clearing House (ACH) credit method allows you to transfer funds ...

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC.



ACH Debit

Meaning of ACH debit in the United States Tax SystemACH debit an California TaxFor more information about taxes in California, click here. The Automated Clearing House (ACH) debit method allows you to transfer funds by i...

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC.



Acq.

Meaning of Acq. in the United States Tax SystemSee acquiescence.Popular U.S. Tax WordsFederal Income Tax Law Tax Code

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC.



Acquisition

The act by which a person procures the property of a thing. The thing the property in which is secured. Original acquisition is that by which a man secures a property in a thing which is not at the time he acquires it, and in its then existing condition, the property of any other [...]

Categories: A, Investment Dictionary, Synonyms, and Tax Law. Tags: AC, Accounting, Accouting, Contracts, descent, Financial Law, Investment Definition, Legal Translation , and Property.



Acquisition Debt

United States Tax Concept of Acquisition Debt Acquisition Debt is debt used to buy, build, or substantially improve a principal residence or second home and which generally qualifies for a full interest expense deduction. This is the technical term that Congress uses for what most of us call [...]

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC and US Tax Law.



Acquisition Discount

Meaning of Acquisition Discount in the United States Tax SystemAcquisition Discount was used to means the excess of the stated redemption price of a debt instrument over the taxpayer's cost or other basis in the obligation. Gains on short-term federal, state, or local government obligat...

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC.



Acquisition Indebtedness

Meaning of Acquisition Indebtedness in the United States Tax SystemSee Acquisition Indebtedness in the American legal EncyclopediaPopular U.S. Tax Words

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC.



ACRS

Meaning of ACRS in the United States Tax Systemsee accelerated cost recovery system.See also other Tax Terms and Definitions in U.S.A. modified accelerated cost recovery system.Popular U.S. Tax WordsFederal...

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC.



Active Participation

Meaning of Active Participation in the United States Tax System See Active Participation in the American legal Encyclopedia Popular U.S. Tax Words http://lawi.us/Federal-income-tax-law/>Federal In...

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC and US Tax Law.



Activity Code

Meaning of Activity Code in the United States Tax SystemActivity Code may be defined, in an american taxation meaning, as a number added by an U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) service center to tax returns to identify...

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AC.



Add-on Minimum Tax

Meaning of Add-on Minimum Tax in the United States Tax SystemAdd-on Minimum Tax may be defined, in an american taxation meaning, as the forerunner of the alternative minimum tax, which was calculated as 10% of a taxpayer's tax preferences in excess of a $30,000 statutory exemption.P...

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AD.



Added value tax

Meaning of Added-value Tax in the United States Tax SystemSee value-added tax.Popular U.S. Tax WordsFederal Income Tax Law Tax Code

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AD.



Additional Child Tax Credit

Meaning of Additional Child Tax Credit in the United States Tax SystemAdditional Child Tax Credit is, as the name sugests, a credit to be used by a taxpayer who obtains less (ie. deserves more) than the full amount of the child tax credit. This additional child credit may trigger a refund (...

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AD.



Additional Depreciation

Meaning of Additional Depreciation in the United States Tax SystemAdditional Depreciation may be defined, in an american taxation meaning, as any excess of depreciation actually deducted above the amount that would have been deducted under the straight-line method. Former IRC (check

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AD.



Additional First-year Depreciation

Meaning of Additional First-year Depreciation in the United States Tax SystemAdditional First-year Depreciation may be defined, in an american taxation meaning, as a provision whereby up to some amount (it used to be $ 17,500) of depreciable business personal property purchased each year ma...

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AD.



Adjustment

English Legal System: AdjustmentIn the context of the English law, A Dictionary of Law provides the following legal concept of Adjustment : 1. The determination of the amount due under a policy of insurance. 2. The working out by an average adjuster of the rights and liabilities arising in a [...]

Categories: A, Criminal Law, and Tax Law. Tags: AD, maritime law, and US Tax Law.



Adoption Credit

United States Tax Concept of Adoption Credit An Adoption Credit is a tax credit for qualifying expenses of adopting a child under 18 or adopting a person who is physically and mentally unable to care for himself or herself. This credit effectively refunds to you the first $5,000 for expenses [...]

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AD and US Tax Law.



Alien

Alien in Law EnforcementMain Entry: Law Enforcement in the Legal Dictionary. This section provides, in the context of Law Enforcement, a partial definition of alien.ResourcesSee AlsoLaw Enforcement Officer Police Officer Law Enforcement Agency Further Reading alien in A Dictionary of Law [...]

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, Roman Law, and Tax Law. Tags: AL, Alien, Aliens, Citizenship, Immigration, Law Enforcement, people, and US Tax Law.



Alimony

Legal Definition and Related Resources of AlimonyAlimony Alternative DefinitionMoney paid for aliment or support. The allowance which a husband, by order of court, pays to his wife, living separate [...]

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Definition, Family Law, Intellectual Property, Roman Law, Synonyms, Tax Law, and Uncategorized. Tags: AL, Alimony, Connecticut , Divorce, Legal Process, Most Popular, Sexual Behaviour, US Law, and US Tax Law.



Amended Return

United States Tax Concept of Amended Return An amended return, which is a revised tax return, may be filed on Form 1040X to correct a mistake made on an original return within three years of the original filing. An amended return can result in a refund or additional tax due.

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AM and US Tax Law.



Amortization

Amortization Definition (in the Accounting Vocabulary)The The New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants offers the following definition of Amortization in a way that is easy for anybody to understand: Gradual and periodic reduction of any amount, such as the periodic writedown of a [...]

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: Accounting, Accouting, AM, Financial Law, and US Tax Law.



Amount Recognized

United States Tax Concept of Amount Recognized Amount recognized is the amount of gain reportable and subject to tax. On certain tax-free exchanges of property, gain is not recognized in the year it is realized.

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AM and US Tax Law.



Annualized Income Installment

United States Tax Concept of Annualized Income Installment Method The Annualized Income Installment Method is a method used to figure the required estimated tax payments when the taxpayer does not receive income evenly throughout the year. Under this method, the taxpayer bases each [...]

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AN and US Tax Law.



Annuity

Annuity in Law Enforcement Main Entry: Law Enforcement in the Legal Dictionary. This section provides, in the context of Law Enforcement, a partial definition of annuity. Resources Legal English Vocabulary: Annuity in Spanish Online translation of the English legal term annuity into Spanish: [...]

Categories: A, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Economy, Electoral systems, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property, Roman Law, and Tax Law. Tags: Accounting, Accouting, AN, Annuities Patents, Annuity, Contracts, Finance, Financial Law, Police, and US Tax Law.



Applicable Federal Rate

United States Tax Concept of Applicable Federal Rate The Applicable Federal Rate is the interest rate fixed by the U.S. Treasury Department for determining imputed interest. If you are receiving or making payments for a loan or installment sale, but little or no interest is stated on the [...]

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AP and US Tax Law.



Appreciation in Value

United States Tax Concept of Appreciation in Value Appreciation in Value is the increase in the value of an asset which is due to economic and other conditions, as distinguished from increases in value due to improvements or additions made to it. When you sell appreciated property, you pay tax [...]

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AP and US Tax Law.



Assessment

Legal Definition and Related Resources of Assessment Meaning of Assessment The act or process of fixing or ascertaining the value , measure or proportion or interest of any thing or person . In relation to corporations, the term may refer to [...]

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Definition, Intellectual Property, Roman Law, Synonyms, and Tax Law. Tags: AS, Assessment, Assessments, Damages Internal Revenue, Education And Communications, Etimology, Formato Extenso, Internal Revenue, Long Read, National Security, Organisation of teaching, Schoolwork, Taxation, Taxes, US Law , and US Tax Law.



Assignment

Legal Definition and Related Resources of Assignment Meaning of Assignment transfer of property or some interest in property. The term is used correctly to describe the transfer of an interest in property, such as the interest of the mortgagee [...]

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Business Law, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Definition, Family Law, Financial Terminology, Intellectual Property, Roman Law, Synonyms, and Tax Law. Tags: Admiralty Law, AS, Assignment, Assignments, Bankruptcy, Contracts, Etimology, Finance Definition, Formato Extenso, Legal Process, Long Read, US Law , and US Tax Law.



At-Risk Rules

United States Tax Concept of At-Risk Rules The At-Risk Rules limit your loss deductions to the actual amount you are at risk for, including promissory notes on which you are personally liable. There is an exception for real estate which treats certain non-recourse commercial loans as amounts [...]

Categories: A, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property, Roman Law, and Tax Law. Tags: AT, Internal Revenue, and US Tax Law.



Attorneys’ Fee

United States Tax Concept of Attorneys' Fee Awards If you litigate with the IRS in Tax Court or another federal court and win and you can show that the IRS's position was unreasonable you may be entitled to a certain amount for attorneys' fees and other litigation expenses.

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AT and US Tax Law.



Audit

An examination and full scrutiny of accounts. The act of so examining and scrutineering accounts implies an informed endeavour to weigh and judge the truth and correctness of the accounts. The act of inspecting and examining implies an informed endeavour to weigh and judge the truth and [...]

Categories: A, Civil Law, Definition, Judicial definitions, Roman Law, Synonyms, and Tax Law. Tags: Accounting, Accouting, AU, Audit, Business And Competition, Financial Law, Governance, Historical , Management, Management accounting, Management techniques, Most Popular, and US Tax Law.



Audit Strategy

United States Tax Concept of Audit Strategy An audit strategy is the process of establishing the reasons and justifications for taking a particular tax position prior to the time the issues are raised.

Categories: A and Tax Law. Tags: AU and US Tax Law.