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Where Does This Go? Accounting for Tax Credits

October 11, 2022 (2 min read)

When evaluating the accounting consequences of tax credits, an entity needs to consider the underlying characteristics of the credit, the entity's intent for utilizing or transferring the credit, and determine if accounting policies have been previously established. Entities also should consider if any financial statement disclosures are necessary. 


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