Delay Denied on Tax Accounting Rule

Delay Denied on Tax Accounting Rule
By DOW JONES/ASSOCIATED PRESS
Published: January 18, 2007
The rule would have required companies to take a more stringent approach to reporting uncertain tax positions on their financial statements, and offers an expanded view of Gretchen Morgenson’s January 14, 2007 article, A Tax Secret Emerges from the Murk.

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One Response to Delay Denied on Tax Accounting Rule

  1. Brian, the new research service you showed me should include this important liability. Knowing the extent of previously undisclosed liabilities would give an added edge.

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