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Tax by Industry: Retail & Distribution


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As retail companies prepare to serve an aging U.S. customer base while at the same time going green and expanding globally into new markets, efficient and effective tax planning is more critical than ever.

To remain competitive, a supply chain that helps address your tax burden is critical. Your global tax planning and compliance structure should be nimble enough to quickly accommodate emerging markets and changing laws. Your information systems need to be granular enough to provide the information necessary to address compliance needs and analyze potential planning strategies. Such strategies might include tax-advantaged green incentives, expansion structuring, and potential tax savings and elections available through tax accounting in areas such as income recognition, inventory and depreciation.

Today's retailers can benefit from Deloitte Tax LLP's multidisciplinary perspective. We provide industry training for our tax specialists in the industry and have worked with retail leaders throughout our history. A collaborative, integrated approach distinguishes the Deloitte Tax client experience — and results in relevant, effectively implemented services. For companies managing the complexities of the retail tax landscape, Deloitte Tax can help. Download the PDF attachment at the top of the page to learn more. 

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Uncertain tax position reporting
As the new disclosure regime in Internal Revenue Service pronouncements moves closer to a complete phase in, large business corporations should be proactive in shaping their tax planning to address their reporting requirements. The regulations require large business corporations --those with assets greater than $100 million in 2010-- to report their uncertain tax positions (UTPs) on federal corporate income tax returns. Learn more about the impact of tax return reporting of UTPs and what it means for your retail enterprise.

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