The Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters recently added several titles to Checkpoint, its research service with more than half a million users.

The latest additions, from the WG&L and WTE brands, are part of a library of resources helping professionals in multinational companies understand tax, accounting and economic issues.

New titles include:

•    WG&L's Analysis of IFRS1, First-time Adoption assists companies new to reporting financial statements under International Financial Reporting Standards. Topics covered include: opening balance sheet, provisions, elective and required exemptions from retrospective application of the standards, disclosure requirements, and consequences of IFRS adoption. 

•    Transfer Pricing Strategies is a non-technical guide to developing transfer pricing strategies for multinational companies. The reference addresses examinations, audits, and administrative appeals, pricing agreements, treaty authority processes, litigation and arbitration.

•    Practical China Tax and Finance Strategies delivers insight into strategies for minimizing tax liability and managing financial issues in the China markets. The manual includes explanations and updates on tax and finance developments in the region.  
•    EuroWatch examines European legal issues affecting businesses. Topics include recent judicial and legislative developments; trade, single market and currency issues; and labor, tax, and intellectual property issues.

•    North American Free Trade and Investment Report helps users stay on top of the legal and regulatory developments that affect companies involved in cross-border trade and investments in Mexico, the U.S. and Canada.

•    Russia/Eurasia Executive Guide provides information for executives at companies with operations in Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and the Central Asian/Caucasus Region. The guide contains advice for companies dealing with legal and business developments in these markets.

•    WG&L's Analysis of IAS 12, Income Taxes provides insight and analysis of the international standard for accounting for income taxes. It incorporates illustrations that provide examples of the choices and disclosures made by other IFRS preparers.  

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