IFRS Tax Publications
Learn about the tax implications of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).
A Closer Look at Share-based Payment Plans and IFRS
A new publication exploring how U.S. GAAP and IFRS differ for share-based payment plans and how these differences may impact the organization. Access the PDF to learn more.
International Financial Reporting Standards and State Taxes: Uncharted Territory
This report discusses how an IFRS conversion may affect state income taxes, franchise taxes, state net worth taxes and property taxes.
International Financial Reporting Standards and Share-Based Compensation Plans
This report discusses four key areas of difference between U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and IFRS that affect share-based compensation programs.
Global Tax Implications of International Financial Reporting Standards
This new publication discusses global tax planning issues related to IFRS that multinationals should consider now, including the implications of the transition to IFRS in countries where multinationals operate.
IFRS and Tax Implications
In the new report " International Financial Reporting Standards for U.S. Companies – Tax implications of an accelerating global trend," Deloitte discusses the tax accounting, planning and operational aspects of IFRS.
Five Ways a Conversion to International Financial Reporting Standards Could Impact a Global Tax Structure
This report discusses the ramifications of a conversion to IFRS on tax issues associated with product and financial supply chains, intangible transfers, shared service centers and entity rationalization.
FAS 109 and IAS 12: Insights on the Corporate Income Tax Accounting Convergence Project
This report discusses the background and objectives of the income tax convergence project between the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and International Accounting Standards Board (IASB), as well as planning considerations.
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