Highlighting a survey of 1,000 IoD members following this year's Budget, which showed 69 per cent believed the effect on the economy would be negative, he said: "There was no advance consultation on the measure that requires senior accounting officers to certify the state of their companies' tax accounting systems.
What does TAS stand for?
TAS stands for Tax Accounting System (various locations)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 443 other meanings of TAS in our Acronym Attic
- Take a Shot (photography)
- Talent Acquisition Specialist (recruiting)
- Target Acquisition Simulator
- Target Acquisition System
- Target Animal Safety (clinical study)
- Targeted Assistance School
- Tashkent, Uzbekistan - Tashkent (Airport Code)
- Task Objective Statement
- Tasmania (Australian State)
- Tata Administrative Service (various locations)
- Taxpayer Advocate Service
- Teacher At Sea (NOAA program)
- Team Apache System
- Team Aquatic Supplies
- Technical Advisory Service (Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union)
- Technical Analysis Sheet
- Technical and Automated Services (libraries; Rutgers University; New Jersey)
- Technical Architecture Solutions
- Technical Assistance Service (Nortel)
- Technical Assistance Subcontractor
Samples in periodicals archive:
It is best to look for an enterprise tax accounting system designed to support both the decentralized and centralized computation and recording of global tax provisions in compliance with the internal control standards of Sarbanes-Oxley, Canadian M152-109, and other countries' securities regulations.
JofA: Convergence brings to the forefront concerns about the cost of reworking tax accounting systems and the consequences for the U.
Leonard substantial time in the preparation of consolidated Federal and other tax returns is a system called the Income Tax Accounting System (ITAS).
31) Third, the book and tax accounting systems for large companies are fundamentally different and are sometimes served by separate computer systems.