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Tax accounting - What tax people need to know presentation

Published on 13 Feb 12 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

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.

Author profile:

Alistair Hutson CTA
Alistair Hutson is a Partner in the Corporate Tax Group of PwC in Adelaide. He provides taxation advice and support for corporate clients across areas such as mergers and acquisitions, tax due diligence, capital gains tax, cross-border transactions, international tax structuring, funding decisions and repatriation of profits. Alistair is a member of The Tax Institute’s SA State Council. Current at 17 August 2016 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Alistair HUTSON.
 

This was presented at Current Corporate Tax Issues.

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Reportable tax position schedule

Author(s):  Judy MORRIS

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Tax accounting - What tax people need to know

Author(s):  Alistair HUTSON

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