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Tax accounting - a changing landscape: what it means for you paper

Published on 08 Oct 09 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

The operation of a substantial amount of tax law now hinges on the preparation of an entity's financial statements being prepared in accordance with generally accepted International accounting standards, but the standards continually transform. This paper provides:

  • an overview of the proposed changes to the accounting standard on accounting for taxes, IAS12
  • practical implications of the key changes contained in the exposure draft
  • key issues raised in submissions on the exposure draft and the likely outcomes for corporates.

Author profiles:

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Ronen VEXLER
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David ROMANS
David is a tax partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers. He was involved in the Government consultations which led to formulation of the original tax consolidation proposal and has maintained a significant involvement ever since, assisting clients with implementation and ongoing issues and participating in the NTLG Consolidation Sub Committee and various of its issue specific working groups.
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David Morrin
Current at 20 November 2009

Michelle Thomas
Current at 20 November 2009

 

This was presented at 48th Victorian State Convention .

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Division 7A the 'sleeping giant'

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Bamford v Federal Commissioner of Taxation

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Trusts and distribution resolutions in the light of Bamford

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Inbound investment emerging issues

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