Sunday, June 24, 2007

#13 Is Unutilized Investment Allowances DTA?

Should untilized investment allowances be recognized as Deferred Tax Assets?

It is now generally agreed that unutilized investment allowances should be recognized as Deferred Tax Assets. The unutilized investment allowancs may come under IAS 12 paragraph 34, depends on the fact and circumstances.

Companies that have not been recognising DTA in respect of unutilised investment allowances in the past may need to do so (subject of course to the probable future taxable profit test). This would be a change in accounting policy.

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