ARTICLES - Corporate Tax - TAKING THE COMPLEXITY OUT OF SIMPLIFIED LIFO - The IRS has proposed much-needed changes to the IPIC method of accounting for inventory on a Lifo basis. Companies will now find it easier to predict the yearend Lifo adjustment, eliminating unwelcome volatility for high-margin businesses.
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