Deloitte Tax LLP
Partnerships formed under Subchapter K of the Internal Revenue Code have grown exponentially over the past number of years, mainly due to their unique passthrough tax structure. Meanwhile, the federal, state, and international rules regulating partnerships have also grown exponentially — these rules have an undeniable reputation as being some of the most complicated rules in tax. In addition, type, format, and volume of data that are required to be reported to partners and the related state and federal e-filing requirements can be of particular concern.
Our National Partnership Solutions practice has both the deep knowledge of the Subchapter K rules and the technology to help you address these complexities and manage compliance risk. Our powerful technology — iPACS™ (internet-based Partnership Allocation and Compliance System) and the related modules — combined with our efficient process, can help your organization enhance Schedule K-1s and other partner reporting and pursue time and cost savings.
Learn more about Partnership Solutions and Deloitte’s people, process and technology.
|Partnership Solutions: Using technology to drive efficiency
Learn about our tax knowledge and technology tools to address the complexities of Subchapter K.
|Tax Process and Technology Review
Explore how we can assist partnerships in their efforts to understand, streamline, and automate tax compliance processes.
|Deloitte’s K-1GTM and Partner DataLinkTM
Learn how we can assist you to organize, analyze, and maintain tax information associated with your partnership transactions with iPACSTM.
|iPACSTM – Internet-based Partnership Allocation and Compliance System
With iPACSTM, learn how we can assist you to organize, analyze, and maintain tax information associated with your partnership transactions.
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