IAS 12 - What you need to know about IFRS and Taxes
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IAS 12 - What you need to know about IFRS and Taxes (MLC630B)
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Get a First-Hand Look at the Intricacies of IFRS and Taxes
We all know that domestic and foreign taxes are based on taxable profits. But how exactly do you account for the current and future tax consequences of transactions and other events? When can you defer taxes and when do you have to record a tax expense? What about taxes on revaluation of assets? How do you account for taxes on share-based payments (options)? Can you offset tax assets and tax liabilities?
Our expert, Mike Morley will answer these questions in our 60 audio conference. Join us to get an in-depth understanding of International Financial Reporting Standard, taxes and more.
Foreign and domestic taxes
Treatment of future recovery (settlement) of the carrying amount of assets (liabilities)
Recognition of tax liability
What is deferred tax liability?
Measurement, revaluation, and discounting of deferred tax assets and liabilities
Allocation of tax liability
Tax effect (including deferred tax) of a business combination
Taxable and deductible temporary differences and unused tax losses and credits
Investments in subsidiaries, branches and associates and interests in joint ventures
Items recognized within and outside profit or loss
Current and deferred tax on share-based payment transactions
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