IR-2023-30, Feb. 17, 2023 WASHINGTON — The Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service today issued Notice 2023-20PDF, which provides interim guidance for insurance companies and certain other taxpayers for the new corporate alternative minimum tax (CAMT) until the issuance of proposed regulations. The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 created the CAMT, which imposes a 15% minimum tax on the adjusted financial statement income of large corporations for taxable years beginning in 2023. Large corporations, including insurance companies, with average annual adjusted financial statement income exceeding $1 billion are the taxpayers generally affected by the CAMT. The Treasury Department and the IRS have issued Notice 2023-20 to provide certainty to insurance companies and certain other taxpayers. In particular, Notice 2023-20 provides interim guidance for the determination of adjusted financial statement income as it relates to (1) variable contracts and similar contracts, (2) funds withheld reinsurance and modified coinsurance agreements, and (3) the basis of certain assets held by certain previously tax-exempt entities that received a "fresh start" basis adjustment. Notice 2023-20 also solicits comments on the rules contained in the notice and certain other issues under consideration. The Treasury Department and the IRS recommend that such comments be submitted by April 3, 2023. More information may be found on the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 page.