Accounting for income taxes requires proper understanding of current and deferred taxation. For many finance professionals, the concepts underlying current and deferred taxation are not intuitive. Applying these concepts requires a thorough knowledge of the relevant income tax laws as well as the requirements of SFRS(I) 1-12 Income Taxes. The concepts and application of deferred taxation under SFRS(I) 1-12 Income Taxeshave always been rather challenging even for the more experienced finance professionals.
Wolters Kluwer presents a one-day workshop to share some insights into the more challenging aspects of accounting for current and deferred taxation under SFRS(I) 1-12 Income Taxes. Through a combination of conceptual discussions and illustrative applications using Excel, the workshop will address key accounting issues and requirements of current and deferred taxation under SFRS(I) 1-12 Income Taxes
Examine the Accounting for Income Taxes under SFRS(I) 1-12
Apply the Balance Sheet Liability Approach to Deferred Taxation under FRS 12
Identify the Main Sources of Temporary Differences
Understand and Apply the Accounting for Tax Losses Carry Back and Carry Forward
Discuss the Initial Deferred Taxation Recognition Exemption for Assets and Liabilities
Examine Deferred Taxation on Consolidation in relation to Fair Value Adjustments and Additional Assets and Liabilities Recognized on Initial Acquisition of a Subsidiary
Review the Issues in Measurement, Presentation and Disclosure of Current and Deferred Tax
This course will require participants to bring along their Laptop to complete illustrations on current and deferred tax computation and accounting using Excel.
Your laptop should be installed with Microsoft Excel 2010 and above with full installation. Participants should have basic knowledge of Excel.
Low Kin Yew is an Associate Professor of Accounting (Practice) at the Nanyang Business School of Nanyang Technological University. He is also NTU’s Deputy Associate Provost (Programmes) and Co-Director of the Interdisciplinary Collaborative Core (ICC) Office. He has a Bachelor of Accountancy degree (First Class Honours) from the National University of Singapore and a Ph.D. in accounting from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Prior to joining Nanyang Technological University, he worked in the Singapore office and Sydney (Australia) office of a Big 4 accounting firm. Since joining the Nanyang Business School, he has taught accounting and auditing courses at both the undergraduate and graduate (MSc, MBA and EMBA) levels. He has won the Researcher, Teacher of the Year Award of the Division (Accounting), the Nanyang Excellence Award in Teaching and the National Day Award – the Public Administration Medal (Bronze). He is a member of the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ) and Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants (ISCA). He is currently the Chairman of SAC Learning and Assessment Committee - Foundation Programme for the Singapore CA Qualification. He is a co-author of two accounting textbooks: A Practical Guide to Financial Reporting Standards (Singapore), 7th edition, 2018, Wolters Kluwer, and Intermediate Accounting IFRS Edition, Global edition 2, 2019, McGraw-Hill Education.