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Boundless joy in the field of taxation – Expert talk on serial transactions in value added tax

February 17, 2022

Another exciting guest lecture took place in the 3rd semester of the Bachelor's program in Finance, Accounting & Taxation. This time, the lecture was about the issue of chain transactions in the Austrian VAT business and was held by the experts Mag. Harald Galla and Stefan List, MSc. […]Read more on Boundless joy in the field of taxation – Expert talk on serial transactions in value added tax

Safe steering through the tax jungle! Current issues of input tax deduction in sales tax law

January 14, 2022

Exciting and up to date: On November 24, 2021 the students of the Bachelor's program in Finance, Accounting and Taxation learned all news in the field of tax industry, on the subject of input tax deduction from experts at first hand. […]Read more on Safe steering through the tax jungle! Current issues of input tax deduction in sales tax law

Lecture “Business project”

January 19, 2021

On December 18, 2020 the final presentations of the course "Business project" took place. […]Read more on Lecture “Business project”

Finance 2.0 – The digital transformation of finance

December 9, 2020

During a guest lecture, students of the Bachelor’s program in Finance, Accounting and Taxation had the opportunity to gain insights into the practice of the current transformation of the financial sector due to the rapid developments in the fields of Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence and Robotic Process Automation. Afterwards, students had a chance to exchange […]Read more on Finance 2.0 – The digital transformation of finance

Impact of COVID-19 on accounting

December 9, 2020

Current situation in Austrian companies During a guest lecture held by our cooperation partner KPMG, students of the Bachelor’s program in Finance, Accounting & Taxation (Finanz-, Rechnungs- & Steuerwesen) had the opportunity to gain insights into the recent developments and problems of auditing practices caused by the current Covid-19 crisis. The lively discussion that followed […]Read more on Impact of COVID-19 on accounting

Current jurisdiction in group tax law

December 9, 2020

The tax law block of the Bachelor’s program in Finance, Accounting and Taxation (Finanz-, Rechnungs- & Steuerwesen) comprises a total of five courses. Particular emphasis is given to an interdisciplinary teaching and a practice-oriented approach. Therefore, it was especially exciting for the students to attend the guest speech of Harald Gutmayer on November 30, 2020. […]Read more on Current jurisdiction in group tax law

Current questions of the input tax deduction in sales tax law

December 3, 2020

In the course “Value Added Tax and Transfer Taxes” in the 3rd semester of the Bachelor’s program in Finance, Accounting and Taxation an exciting guest lecture took place on November 23, 2020: The topic of the guest lecture was the deduction of input tax according to § 12 of the Austrian Value Added Tax Act. […]Read more on Current questions of the input tax deduction in sales tax law

Publication on IFRS effects on controlling

June 16, 2020

In the January issue of CFO aktuell, the Competence Center for Business Controlling & Accounting presented the case study of an Austrian publicly listed company, in which the effects of IFRS on controlling were analyzed. The introduction of IFRS resulted in various simplifications in the case presented, such as the elimination of calculative interest and […]Read more on Publication on IFRS effects on controlling

The input tax deduction from the point of view of practice

December 2, 2019

On November 22, 2019, a guest lecture took place for the students of the Bachelor’s program in Finance, Accounting and Taxation in the course “Value Added Tax and Transaction Taxes”. The lecture dealt with a central topic of value added tax, namely the deduction of input tax according to § 12 of the Value Added […]Read more on The input tax deduction from the point of view of practice

Fraud Detection in Auditing

December 2, 2019

Disguising corporate crime is becoming increasingly difficult for companies. Due to increasing digitalization and the increased use of mass data analyses, auditors can collect and analyze all relevant data from accounting and inventory management. On the one hand, this full survey makes it possible to uncover errors that would not be found in a sample […]Read more on Fraud Detection in Auditing