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Tax effect accounting under IFRS presentation


Australian entities are required to present their financial reports in accordance with accounting standards that comply with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) for reporting periods beginning on or after 1 January 2005. This presentation examines Australia's new IFRS compliant tax effect accounting standard – AASB 112.

This presentation steps through the concepts and processes that you should be applying to your clients or business and to allow you to:

  • learn the key requirements of AASB 112 - Accounting for income taxes
  • understand the impact that adoption of the standard will have
  • apply the standard, prepare a tax balance sheet and formulate the necessary journal entries.

Author profiles:

Murray Graham CTA
Murray has over 20 years experience advising business on domestic and international income tax issues. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from The University of Queensland and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia. His extensive client base includes publicly listed companies whose own in-house tax function requires specialist taxation assistance, organisations that outsource the servicing of their taxation requirements, smaller accounting firms and their clients. His extensive experience in a variety of industries provides his clients with the benefits of commercial acumen when consulting on taxation issues. Current at 01 February 2011 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Murray GRAHAM.
Michael Chang CTA
Michael Chang FTIA is an Executive Director with Ernst & Young, Brisbane with over 10 years’ taxation experience. During his career Michael has worked in various areas of corporate and international taxation in Australia. More recently, Michael has devoted his time to Australian corporate tax matters and advising Australian publicly listed entities and subsidiaries of multinational companies in respect of a range of Australian corporate income tax matters associated with M&A transactions and ongoing issues. Current at 02 September 2010 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Michael CHANG.
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