investors beware

Allen, Michael
April 2010
Charter;Apr2010, Vol. 81 Issue 3, p62
The article focuses on the business dilemma in relation to international financial reporting standards in Australia. The author shows awareness to the investors regarding tax exception in which it defers the tax principles that may cause anomalies in foreign operations. He mentions exceptions which increase the complexity in that accounting standard's application. The anomalies in the tax standards are being addressed by the International Accounting Standards Board for amendments.


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