USA How do you report Deferred Tax Assets and Liabilities with new changes?

Apr 11, 2016
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I'm having trouble understand how you would report Deferred Tax assets and Liabilities on the balance sheet with the new changes that are coming. Based off what I'm reading, all deferred assets and liabilities would be considered "non-current."

What I'm having a issue with is finding an example of what it would look like on the balance sheet. For example, how would it be reported then on the balance sheet if I had a situation of

warranties (90 day full replacement warranty) $10,000
depreciation of property $20,000

Does this change anything if you're a publicly held company or a privately held company?

Thank you for any and all help!


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