TOFA Corporate tax 2013

TOFA - Business as usual?

Source: New South Wales

Published Date: 16 May 2013


This presentation provides:

  • an update on the recent legislative and administrative developments in relation to the TOFA rules
  • a summary of what issues are still outstanding
  • an outline of the expected TOFA implications arising from proposed changes to the accounting standards, in particular the treatment of financial assets and hedge accounting.

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TOFA - Business as usual?

Author(s): Julian Cheng ATI
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  • Published By: Julian Cheng ATI
  • Published On:16 May 2013
  • Took place at:Hilton, Sydney

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TOFA Corporate tax 2013

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