Statistics of Income (SOI) Bulletin - Fall 2015
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Controlled Foreign Corporations, 2010
By Jason Wenrich
Controlled Foreign Corporations, 2010. The number of foreign corporations controlled by U.S. multinational corporations decreased slightly in 2010 to 84,260. Despite this decrease, end-of-year assets ($15.9 trillion), total receipts ($6.2 trillion), and current earnings and profits (less deficit) before income taxes ($822 billion) all increased from Tax Year 2008. Almost 79 percent of controlled foreign corporations (CFCs) were concentrated in the services; goods production; and distribution and transportation of goods sectors. CFCs were incorporated in 186 different countries of which almost 41 percent were incorporated in Europe.
Related Link: Controlled Foreign Corporations
Partnership Returns, 2013
By Ron DeCarlo and Nina Shumofsky
The number of partnerships and partners in the United States continued to increase for Tax Year 2013. Partnerships filed more than 3 million returns for the year, representing more than 27 million partners. The real estate and leasing sector contained nearly half of all partnerships (49.8 percent) and just over a quarter of all partners (27.7 percent).
Related Link: Partnership Returns
Articles on the following topics are tentatively planned for inclusion in the Winter 2016 issue of the Statistics of Income Bulletin, scheduled to be published in March 2016:
- Corporate Foreign Tax Credit 2010
- Sole Proprietorship Returns, 2013