Published on 24 May 07
by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This presentation discusses the potential flow-on income tax consequences arising from various A-IFRS requirements as well as providing an overview of the main accounting impact including:
- observations from recent financial reporting disclosures
- thin capitalisation
- share capital tainting
- dealing with intangibles and property
- accounting within a tax consolidated group
- corporate restructures and M&A
Tracey has over 12 years of professional experience advising Australian and multinational enterprises across a range of industries. As the leader of the IFRS initiative within the Deloitte tax practice, Tracey has spoken on this topic to various forums. As well as implementing IFRS projects with clients, she has significant experience in managing the compliance function of large corporate groups and has been involved in the implementation of the tax consolidations regime for these groups.
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