A whooping 75% of S&P 100 companies have negative funded pension plans for the year 2015 amounting to a sum total of $371 billion. Its realization can potentially hamper stakeholder value. Are you invested in any of these?
Under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), the U.S Internal Revenue Services (IRS) mandates Foreign Financial Institutions (FFIs) to report all foreign financial accounts held by U.S. domestic taxpayers or else be liable to pay withholding penalties. Are You Ready?
Other Comprehensive Income is a better way to build a more accurate picture of financial performance. An IRIS Study found out that for years 2014 and 2015, if the OCI transactions were to be actually realized, these could have potentially affected the Net Profits of the respective years by as much as 15%. Read to find more.
The S&P 100 companies have used up nearly a trillion dollars for equity buyback, dividend payment and capital expenditure in year 2015. A sectoral analysis of S&P 100 Capital Expenditure for 2015.