With the advancement of technology, data and analytical capabilities, the Tax Function of the Future will look surprisingly different from today's.
Evolving trends are changing the way tax functions are operating – both day-to-day and with long-term strategic planning. The Tax Function of the Future will look surprisingly different from today's...are you prepared?
This spotlight on Robotic Process Automation (RPA) continues to explore the importance of technology in enabling Tax function processes, focusing on emerging trends in RPA and its impact on the Tax function.
We continue the discussion around the future of tax discussing the importance of process and controls with proper management of documents and records, and the significance of a unified technology platform.
Tax Analytics is gaining momentum as it promises to expand the Tax function’s ability to deliver critical insights and value-added benefits to the enterprise.
Find out the steps Tax should take to develop a comprehensive strategy, structure a roadmap that presents it as a function that is critical to the organisation and leverage a strategy in constructing and articulating the business case for change.
Learn why financial statement tax provision and tax return compliance processes must improve, the benefits of these improvements, and recommendations for how to develop and execute a comprehensive strategy for enhancing them.
Learn why many finance functions, large and small, are undertaking transformations and why tax needs to be an integral part of this from the outset.
Tax functions need to take a closer look at the data they collect, the technology and processes they use and rethink their approach to tax data management.
We focus specifically on our predictions relating to global tax legislation and regulation as well as risk management and how legislative and regulatory change will mandate transformation.
In the first piece of our thought leadership series, we considered the challenges facing tax, predictions for the Tax Function of the Future and how the current tax function will have to adapt to support and keep pace with the wider business.