Seminar Tax Accounting and Fiscal Reconciliation

Seminar Tax Accounting and Fiscal Reconciliation

When:
Wednesday, 5 December 2018

Activity Time:
09.00 am – 05.00 pm

Where:
DDTC Academy
Menara DDTC (1st Floor)
Jl. Raya Boulevard Barat Blok XC 5-6 B
Kelapa Gading Barat, Kelapa Gading
Jakarta Utara, DKI Jakarta,14240 – Indonesia

Investment:
IDR 3.000.000 (include VAT)

Background:
At the end of the year company must commercially prepare financial statements commercially for the purposes of taxation. These adjustments arise due to the differences in the recognition of income and expense in a given period (fiscal year) between the recognition of revenue based on IAS and recognition of revenue based tax legislation. IAS only provides guidance in preparing the financial statements of commercial and does not specifically prescribe the accounting treatment related to the tax legislation. Thus, came the fiscal reconciliation to the financial statements of commercial for tax purposes. Fiscal reconciliation is performed by taxpayers because there are differences in the calculation, in particular the accounting profit with the profit according to the tax.

Commercial or business financial report is intended to assess the economic performance and financial condition of private sector, while the financial statements of the fiscal is intended to calculate tax. For commercial or business interests, the financial statements are prepared based on IAS, whereas for the sake of fiscal, financial statements are prepared based on tax regulations. The second difference is that the basis of preparation of the financial statements results in the computation difference of earnings (loss) of an entity.

This course will provide an understanding of the Tax Accounting and appropriate steps in fiscal reconciliation and how to optimize the company’s ability to achieve the company’s strategic goals.

Topics Covered:

  1. Tax Accounting
    • General Principles of Tax Accounting
    • Application of Tax Accounting on general cost, depreciation, foreign exchange, and leasing
    • Fiscal Financial Statements
    • Financial Statements and Users
  2. Fiscal Reconciliation
    • Types of Fiscal Correction
    • Fiscal Reconciliation Techniques
    • Case study

Who should attend?
The course is suitable for company staff, student, CFOs, tax directors, tax managers, accountants working in companies performing financing activities across all industries, treasury managers, chartered accountants, financial controllers and analysts, internal and external auditors, tax experts and lawyers.

Our Excellence:

  • DDTC is a research and knowledge based institution.
  • DDTC was given an award by International Tax Review’s World Tax and World Transfer Pricing 2018 acknowledging our Managing Partner, Darussalam as a leading adviser and DDTC as a recommended firm in Transfer Pricing.
  • Senior Partner DDTC, Mr Danny Septriadi, was selected as one of the World’s Leading Transfer Pricing Advisers 2017 by Expert Guides (one of the most trusted resources for international buyers of legal services).
  • DDTC has published a number of bestselling transfer pricing books.
  • Managing Partner and Senior Partner DDTC have been acknowledged as expert contributors for reputable national and international academic journals.
  • Highly rated instructors. Our instructors are experienced trainers who consistently receive the highest rating for their presentations, have multidisciplinary educational background and hold world-class international certification, as follows:
    • 2 PhDs from Claremont Graduate University (USA) and the University of New South Wales (Australia);
    • 9 Master’s Degrees in International Taxation from leading universities abroad;
    • 1 Bachelor’s Degree (LL.B) in Taxation Law (Fiscal Recht from Leiden University, The Netherlands);
    • 4 Advanced Diplomas in International Taxation (ADIT) of the Chartered Institute of Taxation (UK);
    • 1 Diploma in International Taxation of International Tax Center, Leiden University, The Netherlands;
    • 11 Certificate Holders of International Tax Certificate from the Chartered Institute of Taxation (UK);
    • 15 Certificate Holders of Transfer Pricing from the Chartered Institute of Taxation (UK).
  • Our topics always keep up with the latest taxation issues which are published via books, InsideTax (a semi-journal magazine), working papers, journals and DDTC News.
  • Interactive training and case studies models.
  • Up-to-date materials, relevant course contents and supported by a dedicated tax research team.
  • To offer high quality training programs, DDTC equips its resources with a library that has more than 2,500 collections pertaining to transfer pricing, international & domestic taxation, and other subjects from reputable publishers and authors.

Our Facilities:

  • Menara DDTC, new office building with new atmosphere, the best and most comprehensive professional training facilities (theater classes, cozy room, new concept and modern design, moot court simulation room, free Wi-Fi, modern facilities, etc.).
  • Library access of more than 2,500 books and taxation journals.
  • Exclusive training kits (goodie bag, notepad, pen).
  • Getting “Kartu Peserta Training” that can be used as a discount card to re-attend our next training programs.
  • Getting “Certificate of Training”.
  • Lunch and coffee break are provided.

Lecturers:

B. Bawono Kristiaji

B. Bawono Kristiaji

Khisi Armaya Dhora

Khisi Armaya Dhora

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When:
Wednesday, 5 December 2018

Activity Time:
09.00 am – 05.00 pm

Where:
DDTC Academy
Menara DDTC (1st Floor)
Jl. Raya Boulevard Barat Blok XC 5-6 B
Kelapa Gading Barat, Kelapa Gading
Jakarta Utara, DKI Jakarta,14240 – Indonesia

Investment:
IDR 3.000.000 (include VAT)

Background:
At the end of the year company must commercially prepare financial statements commercially for the purposes of taxation. These adjustments arise due to the differences in the recognition of income and expense in a given period (fiscal year) between the recognition of revenue based on IAS and recognition of revenue based tax legislation. IAS only provides guidance in preparing the financial statements of commercial and does not specifically prescribe the accounting treatment related to the tax legislation. Thus, came the fiscal reconciliation to the financial statements of commercial for tax purposes. Fiscal reconciliation is performed by taxpayers because there are differences in the calculation, in particular the accounting profit with the profit according to the tax.

Commercial or business financial report is intended to assess the economic performance and financial condition of private sector, while the financial statements of the fiscal is intended to calculate tax. For commercial or business interests, the financial statements are prepared based on IAS, whereas for the sake of fiscal, financial statements are prepared based on tax regulations. The second difference is that the basis of preparation of the financial statements results in the computation difference of earnings (loss) of an entity.

This course will provide an understanding of the Tax Accounting and appropriate steps in fiscal reconciliation and how to optimize the company’s ability to achieve the company’s strategic goals.

Topics Covered:

  1. Tax Accounting
    • General Principles of Tax Accounting
    • Application of Tax Accounting on general cost, depreciation, foreign exchange, and leasing
    • Fiscal Financial Statements
    • Financial Statements and Users
  2. Fiscal Reconciliation
    • Types of Fiscal Correction
    • Fiscal Reconciliation Techniques
    • Case study

Who should attend?
The course is suitable for company staff, student, CFOs, tax directors, tax managers, accountants working in companies performing financing activities across all industries, treasury managers, chartered accountants, financial controllers and analysts, internal and external auditors, tax experts and lawyers.

Our Excellence:

  • DDTC is a research and knowledge based institution.
  • DDTC was given an award by International Tax Review’s World Tax and World Transfer Pricing 2018 acknowledging our Managing Partner, Darussalam as a leading adviser and DDTC as a recommended firm in Transfer Pricing.
  • Senior Partner DDTC, Mr Danny Septriadi, was selected as one of the World’s Leading Transfer Pricing Advisers 2017 by Expert Guides (one of the most trusted resources for international buyers of legal services).
  • DDTC has published a number of bestselling transfer pricing books.
  • Managing Partner and Senior Partner DDTC have been acknowledged as expert contributors for reputable national and international academic journals.
  • Highly rated instructors. Our instructors are experienced trainers who consistently receive the highest rating for their presentations, have multidisciplinary educational background and hold world-class international certification, as follows:
    • 2 PhDs from Claremont Graduate University (USA) and the University of New South Wales (Australia);
    • 9 Master’s Degrees in International Taxation from leading universities abroad;
    • 1 Bachelor’s Degree (LL.B) in Taxation Law (Fiscal Recht from Leiden University, The Netherlands);
    • 4 Advanced Diplomas in International Taxation (ADIT) of the Chartered Institute of Taxation (UK);
    • 1 Diploma in International Taxation of International Tax Center, Leiden University, The Netherlands;
    • 11 Certificate Holders of International Tax Certificate from the Chartered Institute of Taxation (UK);
    • 15 Certificate Holders of Transfer Pricing from the Chartered Institute of Taxation (UK).
  • Our topics always keep up with the latest taxation issues which are published via books, InsideTax (a semi-journal magazine), working papers, journals and DDTC News.
  • Interactive training and case studies models.
  • Up-to-date materials, relevant course contents and supported by a dedicated tax research team.
  • To offer high quality training programs, DDTC equips its resources with a library that has more than 2,500 collections pertaining to transfer pricing, international & domestic taxation, and other subjects from reputable publishers and authors.

Our Facilities:

  • Menara DDTC, new office building with new atmosphere, the best and most comprehensive professional training facilities (theater classes, cozy room, new concept and modern design, moot court simulation room, free Wi-Fi, modern facilities, etc.).
  • Library access of more than 2,500 books and taxation journals.
  • Exclusive training kits (goodie bag, notepad, pen).
  • Getting “Kartu Peserta Training” that can be used as a discount card to re-attend our next training programs.
  • Getting “Certificate of Training”.
  • Lunch and coffee break are provided.

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