Published on 13 Feb 2012
| Took place at The Tax Institute, Sydney
This seminar was designed for tax people working in a corporate environment, and covered not just the main income tax developments affecting domestic corporations, but also some of the broader finance and regulatory issues.
Topics covered include:
looking at the proposed Tax Consolidations changes and how corporates move forward
the key tax issues associated with current capital management strategies
the schedule of reportable tax positions – a new era of disclosure
tax accounting – what tax people need to know
understanding what is required to recoup tax losses
Part IVA cases and corporates
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Tax accounting is a notoriously challenging area of practice. In more recent times, the rapid pace of Accounting Standard changes, a dynamic and uncertain tax environment and increasing spotlight by regulators on Financial Reports have all added to the complexity.
This presentation covers:
explores the key tax, tax reporting and implications of accounting changes
examines the tax reporting consequences of ongoing changes to the tax regime, including Consolidations and Taxation of Financial Arrangements
considers technical and practical issues around reporting for Uncertain Tax Positions
the focus is on practical examples and case studies, based on learnings from the recent reporting season.