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Question:

Which of the following is most likely when a temporary difference gives rise to a deferred tax liability?

A Taxable income is lower than accounting profit.
Explaination

A temporary difference gives rise to a deferred tax liability when:
• Lower expenses are recognized on the financial statements than on the tax return.
• A liability’s tax base is greater than its carrying value.
• Taxable income is lower than accounting profit.