This half-day seminar combines case studies and presentations to cover the practical challenges of preparing year-end tax accounting calculations and financial statement disclosures.
Some of the common pitfalls of tax accounting will be highlighted, together with solutions to overcome these types of pitfalls.
- Preparing deferred tax balance sheet proofs
- Reconciling current tax positions to Inland Revenue records
- Preparing and understanding effective tax rate reconciliations
- Complying with IFRS disclosure requirements
- Accounting for tax losses and subvention payments within groups
- Common consolidation adjustments
Continuing Professional Development
This seminar is relevant for all finance and accounting professionals who prepare end of year accounts and anybody who has a taxation responsibility.
Tony Lyle (Auckland and Christchurch)
Tony is a tax specialist working with a range of New Zealand companies. He has considerable experience assisting with complex tax accounting, structuring and compliance issues.
Tony's strength's include tax accounting - a complex area that finance teams find difficult and is often done under the time pressure of year end timetables. This combination results in significant risk of error. Tony leads engagements to help clients improve their tax accounting function and manage risk, ranging from a review of systems, processes and outputs to providing an outsourced tax accounting function.
Tony works closely with a number of large New Zealand companies to improve their tax processes and manage their tax risk. Tony's clients include a number of large New Zealand businesses with global operations as well as New Zealand domestic businesses.
Jane Exeter (Auckland)
Jane is a Senior Manager in our Auckland office.
Jodee Webb (Wellington)
Jodee is a director in our Wellington office. She has over 13 years tax experience with a predominantly corporate tax background specialising in M&A and accounting based issues and compliance. Jodee has a wide client base covering the infrastructure, natural resources and energy sector as well as corporate entities with trans Tasman considerations.
Originally from the UK and only due to be in New Zealand for 2 years, Jodee is still here 8 years later spending her free time exploring the countryside or playing hockey