Published on 02 Sep 2009
| Took place at RACV Club, Melbourne
With many organisations having just completed year end processes, the increasingly challenging area of
tax effect accounting will be close to mind. However, that challenge, and the sensitivity of your
organisation to the outcomes, is only going to increase if the proposed measures included in the
exposure draft of the revised IAS12 – Accounting for Income Taxes are implemented.
With increasing scrutiny on tax effect accounting, it is more important than ever to ensure you are up to
date with the latest developments, and the new standard provided a great opportunity to revisit tax
effect accounting more broadly.
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