CCH has expanded its Expert Treatise Library with two new titles on the subject of corporate taxation.

The latest treatise titles are: Tax Planning for Troubled Corporations: Bankruptcy and Nonbankruptcy Restructurings and Corporations Filing Consolidated Returns.  The entire CCH Expert Treatise Library is accessible through the IntelliConnect research service, which provides links to primary source materials and other key documents.

The new Tax Planning for Troubled Corporations: Bankruptcy and Nonbankruptcy Restructurings treatise covers the key areas of tax planning for and tax aspects of restructuring for financially troubled companies. The document explains how to identify early warning time when cash flow becomes insufficient to service debt; and determine potential need to exchange their debt for equity. The treatise covers complex tax issues, regulations and laws that affect troubled corporations.

The other new CCH expert treatise, Corporations Filing Consolidated Returns, offers guidance and examples as well as practice aids to help professionals understand the rules governing income taxation of consolidated corporate groups. The treatise also provides in-depth guidance to consolidated return taxation issues.

Covered topics corporations need to know in dealing with consolidated returns include: the affiliated group and consolidated elections, tax liability, tax years and methods of accounting, intercompany transactions, earnings and profits, stock basis and related items, loss limitations and more.

For more information, visit the CCH Expert Treatise Library.

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