Deloitte Financial Reporting for Income Taxes – Rate-Regulated Utilities
Atlanta, GA – March 26, 2014
This one-day course focuses on the specific issues in accounting for income taxes for rate-regulated utilities. This course focuses on flow-through accounting, how utilities may account for changes in tax rates, accounting for investment tax credits and U.S. Treasury grants, and book/tax differences that may result in tax-related regulatory assets or liabilities. During the session, we’ll review case studies involving computations and journal entries in order to illustrate the effects of ratemaking on the financial reporting for income taxes, as well as the effects of accounting for income taxes on ratemaking. We’ll also discuss the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) normalization requirements, including private letter rulings applying these rules to common fact patterns. Other topics will include Federal Energy Regulatory Commission-Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (FERC-GAAP) reporting differences, including accounting for uncertain income tax positions and tax provisions reported in separate company financial statements of subsidiaries.
For more information or to schedule this seminar at your company, please contact: USEnergyTaxSeminars@deloitte.com.
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