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May 14, 2024

Tuesday, 25 June 2024 | What Q2 IFRS Quarterly Tax Developments could impact tax accounting (14:00 BST)

Please join our 25 June EY webcast, What Q2 IFRS Quarterly Tax Developments could impact tax accounting, to learn about enacted and substantively enacted legislation, other tax developments and IFRS developments. The webcast will help you identify changes in tax law and other tax and IFRS matters that may impact tax accounting and reporting for the quarter.

This webcast will summarize developments that have been previously published in EY Tax Alerts and IFRS Developments, as well as topics identified by EY member firms. These developments may affect your tax provision or estimated annual effective tax rate.

Participants will:

  • Recognize the latest income tax and IFRS developments that could affect IFRS accounting

  • Understand the potential impacts of these developments

  • Locate resources to reference for questions and further information about these developments

The webcast will be CE and US CPE eligible.

Date: Tuesday, 25 June 2024

Time9:00 –10:00 ET /14:00–15:00 BST

Registration: Click here to register.

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