Washington -- To encourage transparency in corporate tax return filing, the Internal Revenue Service and the Treasury Department unveiled a proposed draft form of Schedule M-3.

The form -- which expands the current Schedule M-1 -- would require corporate taxpayers filing Form 1120 to disclose additional information including sources of financial information, a reconciliation of the filer’s net income and reconciliation of the net income.

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