Book Income Vs. Tax Income - TaxSlayer Pro's Blog for Professional Tax PreparersThe United States imposes a tax on the profits of US resident corporations at a rate of 21 percent reduced from 35 percent by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. US-based corporations owned by foreign multinational companies generally face the same US corporate tax rules on their profits from US business activities, as do US-owned corporations. Corporate profits can also be subject to a second layer of taxation at the individual shareholder level, both on dividends when distributed and on capital gains from the sale of shares. The maximum tax rate on both dividends and capital gains is currently Pass-through businesses do not face an entity-level tax.
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All businesses that are required to file a tax return must maintain records. But the records they keep for tax purposes may be different than the records they need for business purposes. If a company is required to or chooses to comply with Generally Accepted Accounting Practices GAAP , they will typically follow an accrual-basis method for reporting revenue. Their tax records, on the other hand, must comply with the Internal Revenue Code, which recognizes Cash, Accrual or a Hybrid Accounting Method as valid methods of reporting. If the company is not using the same accounting method for both sets of books, the income that gets reported on their financial statement may not match the income they report on their tax return. Note: The difference between Book Income Loss and the Tax Income Loss is reported on the tax return for larger entities that meet certain revenue and asset requirements.
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