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  • 3.4 Comparison Of Accounting For Income Tax

    accounting for income tax 3.4.1 Disclosure of income tax part in notes to financial statement for each company AASB 112 para 5 describes the tax base of assets and liabilities is the amount attributed to that asset and liability for tax purpose. According to this standard, we will compare the way of each company applies it and how the companies present it in their notes to financial statements. 1. Cardno Limited presents the detail calculation of income tax by dividing the income tax expense section into three parts: a. The component of tax expense giving more detailed amount of tax expense and deffered tax expense for current and adjustment amount. However, there is no more explanation about the movements of the…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Federal Income Tax

    The federal income tax that has been used in the U.S. for most of the twenty-first century has been in place ever since 1913. Today, the sources of federal tax revenue from taxes are collected from individual income taxes, Social Security and other payroll taxes, corporate income taxes, excise taxes, and estate and gift taxes. Over time politicians and scholars have suggested ideas of switching to consumption based means of taxation many times but it hasn’t been well supported until the past…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Income Tax

    Every year the citizens from the United States are worried and nervous to report their income tax to the IRS (Internal Revenue Service). Since they think that the paper work provided for reporting the income tax from their homes is difficult. That’s why there is a huge amount of people attending accounting offices. Income tax is when you pay the government based on your income and your financial and family situation. But everyone has to go through a process by filling up paper work. Also income…

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  • Income Tax Notices Case Study

    Income-tax notices and how to avoid them It is not uncommon to be served with income tax notices because many people may not be aware of what they are supposed to do. Most tax notices alert the recipients about the issue that needs to be addressed or corrected immediately. Whatever reason is behind your notice, never ignore the notice because the tax department can impose fines of up to Rs 10,000 if the concerned party fails to reply to the notice in assessee. The number of people being served…

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  • The Impact Of Low Income Tax Rates

    There have been significant changes to the Australian Income tax rates during the period between 2011 and 2016, which both positively and negatively impact, low income earning individuals. Low income earning individuals are defined by the Australian Tax Office as: People who earn less than $66,667 AUD, annually. One of the biggest modifications to the taxation rates was the increase of the Tax-Free threshold. Individuals who earn less than $18,200 AUD a year, are exempt from the income tax, and…

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  • Interpretation No. 48, Accounting For Uncertainty In Income Tax?

    Those who have sat through even the most introductory of tax courses know that the determination of income tax liability is not often a completely objective matter. It has become nearly impossible for the statutes, rulings, and cases to keep up with the ever-evolving business environment. In 2006, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) took a step towards curbing this ambiguity with the release of Interpretation No. 48, Accounting for Uncertainty in Income Taxes (FIN 48). This…

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  • Estate Income Tax Return Essay

    Filing the estate income tax return is a complex undertaking for the common executor. Fortunately, at the federal level, filing the estate income tax return is required only if the earned income after death reaches $600.00 or more. So, with proper planning, you could minimize the income earned by the estate after death and avoid the estate income tax entirely. According to the article Track the Estate Income, the four common types of income that keep earning after death are the following: 1.…

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  • Recessionary Gap Essay

    There are three types of tax cuts, lowering personal income tax, lowering taxes on capital gain, and lowering business taxes. Cuts in personal income taxes and business taxes will lead to a higher- after tax income and higher-after tax profits, therefore creating the incentive for workers to work more, and businesses to invest more. For example, an increase in the number of hours worked per week or month or business pursuing more in R&D. This will lead to a shift of the AD curve from AD1 to AD2…

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  • Red Bull Essay

    discuss its main marketing strategies on Vietnam’s market. II. WHY VIETNAM? Vietnam is a new fast growing economy in Southeast Asia (Ministry of Planning and Investment, 2015). This S-shaped country has the second youngest population in Asia (Asia Briefing, 2016). Indeed, the population of Vietnam is 95 million people, 73% of which ages 5-49 (General Statistic Office of Vietnam, 2015). Vietnam was ranked the 56th most competitive economy, out of 140 in its last edition (Global…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Gst

    Since GST (Good and Services Tax) has been available by government to implement it to the public, the reformation of GST seems to initiate a couple of issues. Those issues may include a political, or even economic aspect and many other issues. Yet today, there is a lot of argument, critics and fact about GST reform and its implications found in the Australian media. This essay will review some of the findings from the articles that are related to the GST reform and why GST holds a really…

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