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


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:

Damian Morrin
Damian is a Director with PwC. Current at 05 July 2009
Michelle Thomas
Michelle is a Senior Manager with PwC. Current at 05 July 2009

Author Photo - Ronen Vexler
Ronen Vexler
Ronen is a Partner in PwC's Sydney corporate tax practice, with experience across a broad range of taxation issues including compliance, due diligence and structuring. He has assisted on a broad range of clients, both inbound and outbound and of various sizes. Ronen leads PwC Australia's Tax Accounting Services practice. He has been a Tax Accounting specialist for over 15 years and has been the lead tax partner of many statutory audits. Ronen has extensive expertise assisting large companies understand day to day tax accounting issues, as well as the tax accounting consequences of changing tax law, changing accounting standards, and merger and acquisition activity. He is a frequent presenter on tax accounting issues. Current at 25 February 2015 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Ronen VEXLER.

David Romans
David works for PricewaterhouseCoopers. Current at 05 July 2009 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by David ROMANS.

This was presented at 48th Victorian State Convention.

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