White Papers and Resources Provided by EACC Members and Partners
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External Forces Impacting Corporate Liquidity Management - HSBC Corporate Insights
This report takes a deeper look into the changing liquidity management landscape and how today's corporate treasurers can prepare for the future.
10 Profit Boosters For Manufacturing & Distribution - Clark Schaefer Hackett
In today’s manufacturing environment, driving profit is a tall order. But smart strategies exist, and your peers and competitors could already be leveraging them. Don’t let the other guys wield a financial advantage. Become familiar with these 10 profit boosting ideas that every manufacturer should explore, understand and consider.
The New Section 385 Proposed Regulations: No More Alice in Wonderland - KPMG
On April 4, 2016, Treasury issued proposed regulations under Section 385 of the Internal Revenue Code that, if finalized, would dramatically change the treatment of intercompany debt issued among members of certain corporate groups.
Flirting with a U.S. VAT? Comparison of Recent U.S. Proposals from an Indirect Tax Perspective; Philippe Stephanny and Amie Ahanchian of KPMG published by Bloomberg BNA
There is serious discussion of tax reform in the U.S., and the global trend for governments to generate revenue from consumption taxes has led to a reappraisal of the possibility of a value added tax.