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Items likely to be reported are revaluations of deferred tax assets, permanently reinvested earnings, exposure to repatriation tax bills, and expected tax rates.
Further, the company stated that the financial results for the fourth quarter of 2015 include charges of USD1.8m that are expected to be non-recurring in nature, which include a charge of USD1.0m related to bad debt; a charge of USD0.4m of income tax expense driven by a change in permanently reinvested earnings; a charge of USD0.2m for severance costs; and other charges of USD0.2m.
So-called permanently reinvested earnings (PRE) and trapped cash can make it difficult for investors, analysts, and others to gain a clear financial picture of a corporation.
Twinem welcomed the registrants, who gathered to discuss the fiscal cliff and tax reform, the tax and financial statement accounting effects of the tangibles regulations, supply-chain restructuring, executive compensation developments, inversions, FATCA compliance for nonfinancial institutions, legal entity simplification, financial accounting for permanently reinvested earnings, ethics in federal tax practice, and myriad other topics.