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Tax effect accounting presentation

Published on 19 Apr 11 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • income tax reporting and compliance cycle
  • overview of AASB 112 concepts:
    • current tax calculation
    • deferred tax calculation
    • presentation & disclosure
    • proofs and reconciliations
  • the transforming tax accounting landscape:
    • accounting changes
    • TOFA
    • thin Capitalisation
    • tax legislative changes on the horizon
    • uncertain tax positions
  • leading practices
    • tax compliance – risk diagnostic.

Author profiles:

Mark El'Atrache
Mark is a Senior Manager at EY in the Tax Performance Advisory division of the Asia Pacific Tax Centre. Mark has over 12 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, leading practice tax function design, application of risk management frameworks, process improvement, software design and implementation. Current at 01 September 2015
 
Stefano Mason CTA
Stef has nearly thirty years years experience in advising corporate clients on taxation matters across all areas of tax. He specialises in tax reporting (both USGAAP and IFRS), and tax function performance. He supports engagement teams on the operational, risk management and reporting consequences of tax. Stef co-ordinates and leads the Melbourne tax practice support for all audit assurance projects including process and control reviews. He provides support to clients on strategic tax risk management and improving tax reporting processes. Current at 20 April 2011 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Stef MASON.
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Tax effect accounting

Author(s):  Mark El'Atrache,  Stef MASON

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