The Conformity Level of Income Tax Accounting In Jordan with the Requirements of the International Accounting Standard IAS (12) in Terms of Taxable Temporary Differences’ Recognition


  •  Ahmad Abdallah    

Abstract

The present study aimed to measuring the conformity level of income tax accounting in Jordan with the requirements of ISA (12), and because of increasing to apply the international standards by local and foreign companies in Jordan and Jordanian legislations it’s appear gap between the accounting profit and the tax profit caused Taxable temporary and permanent differences. The study seeks to achieve set of goals represented by studying and analyzing the   compatibility level of income tax accounting by a questionnaire was distributed to 100 income and sales auditors working in the senior and moderate Taxpayers, directorates 85 questionnaires were retrieved and eighty were valid for the study’s purposes, the major results that is the study found the income tax accounting in Jordan does not adhere to the requirements of most of the international accounting standards as there were no presentation to the financial statements, and There was no recognition of Taxable temporary differences and deductible temporary differences (the differences between accounting profit and taxable profit) in the income tax accounting in Jordan.


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  • Issn(Print): 1913-9004
  • Issn(Onlne): 1913-9012
  • Started: 2008
  • Frequency: monthly

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