Deferred tax expense

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Deferred tax expense

A non-cash expense that provides a source of free cash flow. Amount allocated during the period to cover tax liabilities that have not yet been paid.

Deferred Tax Expense

Money that an individual or company owes for taxes but has not yet paid. Deferred tax expenses are placed aside and kept until the company or individual pays taxes, either once per quarter or once per year. Deferred tax expenses are most common for corporations and independent contractors who do not have their taxes deducted from their cash inflows.
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2--Deferred tax's influence on the company's income during 2008-2010 Method of Curent tax Deferred tax Explanation (lei) (lei) Year 2008 Accounting result 307,29 307,297 Current tax expenses -47,943 47,943 Deferred tax expenses 0 3,200 Net result 259,354 256,154 Year 2009 Accounting result 1,937,195 1,937,195 Current tax expenses -260,744 -260,744 Deferred tax expenses 0 1,600 Net result 1,676,451 1,678,051 Year 2010 Accounting result 654,153 654,153 Current tax expenses -208,646 -208,646 Deferred tax expenses 0 1,600 Net result -445,507 -447,107
He also pointed out that during the tax exemption period, deferred tax accounting issues also arise and at times companies incorrectly do not account for the deferred tax expenses during the tax holiday period.
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Since our acquired assets do not generally depreciate or require replacement, and since they generate deferred tax expenses that are unlikely to reverse, the Company adds back these non-cash expenses.