KPMG report: Corporate Alternative Minimum Tax considerations and FAQs

Five things taxpayers need to know about the CAMT, and answers to frequently asked questions

Five things taxpayers need to know about the CAMT

H.R. 5376, commonly called the “Inflation Reduction Act of 2022” (IRA), was signed into law on August 16, 2022. The IRA introduced a new Corporate Alternative Minimum Tax (CAMT)—a minimum tax based on financial statement income that applies to “applicable corporations”—effective for tax years beginning in 2023.

Read a KPMG report [PDF 340 KB] that outlines five things taxpayers need to know about the CAMT, as well as answers to “frequently asked questions” (FAQs) to help taxpayers understand how the CAMT may affect them.

Read further KPMG insights and analysis on the tax law provisions in the IRA.


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