Russell Dover

Russell Dover

As part of the Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters, Russell focuses on tax technology and information for tax planning, customs, labor issues and accounting standards. In his five-plus years with the organization, Russell has been responsible for discussing strategies for managing deferred taxes, tax contingencies, IFRS conversion, and global tax reporting. His current focus is on Latin American tax and foreign trade.

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Flintstones, Jetsons or Inspector Gadget? Regional Perspectives on Corporate Tax Compliance

At the American Bar Association’s “U.S. – Latin America Tax Planning Strategies” conference in Miami this week, I had the pleasure of speaking on a panel called “Managing Your Tax Compliance in Latin America – Systems, Processes, and People.”  Joined by tax professionals from Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico, we touched on trends in corporate tax … Read More

The New Realities of Tax Risk Management

The Tax Council Policy Institute (TCPI) tax risk conference that I attended on February 15 and 16 in Washington, DC brought together experts and stakeholders from across the industry. Over 280 professionals from corporate tax, trade, risk,and treasury groups met with tax lawyers, accounting firms, and revenue agencies to discuss policy and practice aroundcorporate tax … Read More

Will 2012 be a year of increased cross-border tax cooperation?

If 2011 was any indication, 2012 looks to be a year of international cooperation on tax standards. Despite some predictions for more isolationist policies, proposals for tax, trade and fiscal oversight point toward more cooperation between governments, not less. Tax and Trade Agreements continue in Latin America In November of 2011, officials from Mexico and … Read More