The food industry is gathering data to fight efforts in Congress toward the possible repeal of the LIFO method of inventory accounting — proposals that could mean not only higher taxes on inventory going forward, but also back-tax obligations on inventory reserves. The National Grocers Association, Arlington, Va., is collecting responses from its retail and wholesale members to a survey asking their opinions on what LIFO repeal could mean for their businesses. The full survey results will ...
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