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


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 presentation covers:

  • 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.

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Ronen Vexler
Photo of author, Ronen VEXLER Ronen is a Partner in PwC’s Tax Reporting & Strategy practice. He has significant experience advising clients on all aspects of tax management, from developing and embedding Tax Strategies, Policies and Technology through to reviews of specific tax processes and controls. He has a deep knowledge of the Australian Taxation Office’s (ATO’s) compliance strategies, and in particular, the ATO’s expectations for tax risk management and governance. He has worked extensively with a broad range of clients to develop and document the systems and processes necessary to meet these expectations. - Current at 04 March 2021
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This was presented at 48th Victorian State Convention .

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