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Is a dividend received deduction for corporation a permanent or temporary tax difference?

Dividends received deductions are deductions that are deductible for calculating taxable income for certain corporations. Essentially, a percentage of dividends received by that corporation are deductible (not included) for calculating taxable income. Dividends received deductions are not considered as expense items for calculating net income. This will always result in a permanent tax difference.

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