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Income taxes the com pany accou nts for current and d

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Unformatted text preview: m e taxes and w hen ap p rop riate, deferred tax assets and liabilities are record ed w ith resp ect to temp orary d ifferences in the accou nting treatment of items for financial reporting p u rp oses and for income tax purposes. Where, based on the w eight of all available evid ence, it is more likely than not that some amou nt of recorded d eferred tax assets w ill not be realized, a valu ation allow ance is established for that amou nt that, in management’s jud gment, is sufficient to redu ce the d eferred tax asset to an amount that is more likely than not to be realized . 10 I ncome Taxes 10 I Ju ly 2006, the FASB issued guid ance w hich clarifies the accounting for income taxes by p rescribing a Inncome Taxes 2009 2008 2007 minimum p robability threshold that a tax position mu st m eet before a financial statement benefit is recognized. The Income From Continuing Operations tax p osition that is more likely than not to be sustained u pon examination by the 2007 2009 2008 minimum threshold is d efined as a Before Income Taxes and taxing au thority, ap plicableMinority Interests inclu d ing resolution of any related ap p eals or litigation processes, based on the technical Income From Continuing Operations Before Income Dom esticthe p osition. The tax $ 5,472 $ 6,692 $ 7,344 meritsand (includ ing U.S. exp or...
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This homework help was uploaded on 03/27/2014 for the course ACCOUNTING 151 taught by Professor Chinn during the Spring '12 term at Lehigh University .

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