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Getting to grips with deferred tax and key disclosures.
Deferred tax calculations are commonly viewed as the most difficult aspect of tax effect accounting. In this interactive workshop we will spend a large part of the day understanding the calculation of tax bases, temporary differences and deferred tax expense. Participants will be enabled to ‘learn by doing’ as we work through practical examples.
We will also devote time to exploring current tax expense and key tax disclosures in financial statements.
Areas covered will include:
What will you learn?
It’s imperative that tax and accounting professionals in public practice or for in-house corporate teams have an understanding of the tax disclosures in financial statements, as well as an understanding of how to perform the calculations underlying those disclosures. Our one day Tax Effect Accounting Workshops will cover the fundamental current and deferred tax matters required to enable a solid understanding of the issues.
Importantly, the session will also ensure that participants understand the framework governing tax effect accounting and are working with AASB 112.
Who should attend?
Team members from public practice or in-house tax and accounting teams will benefit from the workshop, particularly those in their first few years of working on tax effect accounting matters.
Attendees will be provided with:
Paul Mills worked in the PwC corporate tax practice for 20 years, for the main part focussing on mining and energy clients. In his last 7 years at PwC, Paul ran the national tax education program, which has allowed the development of technical expertise in a broad range of corporate tax matters. Paul is now operating a tax consulting business of his own, including the provision of tax education services for tax advisory firms and corporate tax teams.
This Workshop is running in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Newcastle.
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