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In February 1992, the Financial Accounting Standards Board issued Statement no. 109, Accounting for Income Taxes, which requires a revised version of the asset-liability method of interperiod income tax allocation. Statement no. 109 supersedes Statement no. 96 of the same name, which requires another version of the asset-liability method, as well as Accounting Principles Board Opinion no. 11, also of the same name, which requires the deferred method of interperiod income tax allocation. Both versions of the asset-liability method are balance-sheet-oriented-deferred tax assets and liabilities are recognized for the tax effects of ...
Karl Whelan has posted on this question, querying the non-removal of Anglo management after the guarantee at end-September 2008. One rather strange manouevre has been commented on by Cliff Taylor in the Sunday Business Post (I can’t locate the piece: Cliff writes a lot, for an editor). What appears to have happened is this. In May 2008, Anglo borrowed in Yen to finance an asset position in £ Sterling, and ran the position uncovered. There was some tax angle. Yen interest rates were well below sterling rates. By end-September, the Yen/Sterling exchange rate had moved adversely but not ... Read More
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