What is deferred taxation, Financial Accounting

Deferred taxation is caused by timing differences that arise when a transaction is recognized differently for accounting and tax purposes; for i.e, capital expenditure, that involves the method of depreciation for accounting purposes & the sum of capital or investment allowances for tax purposes.

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