More than 28 percent of large public companies are not fully meeting disclosure requirements for tax reserve estimates, according to a new report.
Financial Accounting Standards Board Interpretation 48, FIN 48, sets standards requiring companies to account for uncertainty in income taxes. A report by the tax reserve advisory firm Seigel & Associates analyzed the annual reports of more than 600 companies whose revenues exceed $2 billion.
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