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Tax accounting FY2013 update presentation


Corporate Tax Managers will appreciate that keeping up-to-date with constant changes to the tax law is an exhausting exercise. However, with the increasing reliance on accounting standards and principles to determine income tax outcomes, tax professionals must also keep abreast of key changes to accounting rules.

Tax Accounting FY 2013 Update:

  • identifies the key, wide ranging, recent developments in accounting standards and principles that may impact income tax outcomes
  • provide guidance on key recent tax developments and their consequential tax effect accounting impacts
  • features insights on local and global leading practices seen in the tax accounting environment.

Author profiles

Robert Gallo
Photo of author, Robert Gallo Robert is an Executive Director at Ernst & Young in the Tax Accounting & Risk Advisory Services division of the Melbourne tax practice. Robert has over 15 years' experience in advising corporate clients in tax reporting (both IFRS and US GAAP) and improving the performance of the tax function to best balance strategy, people, processes and technology. His experience includes assisting clients with global tax reporting, best practice tax function design, application of risk management frameworks, process improvement, software design and implementation combined with project management. - Current at 01 May 2013
Simon Scoulding
Simon has over 10 years of corporate income tax experience in Australia and the UK including tax provision reviews under IFRS and US GAAP. In his current role, Simon is a key Melbourne contact for tax reporting process improvement and tax corporate governance. Simon is a Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Australia and the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland. - Current at 01 May 2013


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Tax accounting FY2013 update

Author(s):  Robert Gallo,  Simon Scoulding

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