Tax & Accounting Blog

Year-End Training: Thrive in 2016

Year-End Training: Thrive in 2016

2015 Year-End Training Opportunities It’s time to boost your productivity and get the most out of your software. Our year-end training is designed to provide you, your firm and employees with the knowledge and skills to help you become more effective and efficient. It’s an investment in yourself that will pay off next year. Plus, … Read More

Direct Tax Blog Series Part 2: Building a Strong Data Collection Framework

Direct Tax Blog Series Part 2: Building a Strong Data Collection Framework

Our five-part direct tax blog series will offer insights from our experts on how to improve each key area of your direct tax process— from data preparation to reflection and analysis. If you haven’t already, check out the first part of our blog series on streamlining calendar and task management. It almost … Read More

Documenting Intercompany Interest Rates: Using Dealscan and Corporate Bond Data

Documenting Intercompany Interest Rates: Using Dealscan and Corporate Bond Data

A recent LinkedIn transfer pricing discussion provided an odd answer to a reasonable question about practitioners’ experiences with Dealscan. An attorney at a Big Four accounting firm wrote: I would be concerned that these reported prices do not fully reflect an arm’s length price because often times these banks will lend at a lower rate … Read More

End-to-End Supply Chain Visibility

End-to-End Supply Chain Visibility

Organizations are continuously expanding their footprint regionally and globally, making the supply chain professional’s life challenging. This continuous change is tied to an organizations desire to explore low cost production centers and reduce overall costs by placing warehouses and assembling units closer to their customers in order to meet the demand of being faster to … Read More

Behind the Scenes: The Best and the Brightest

Behind the Scenes: The Best and the Brightest

Meet Natalie Lampas, campus recruiting and sales supervisor at Thomson Reuters. She joined the company in 2003 and worked as a support representative and sales rep. After learning about recruiting while working in human resources, Natalie moved back to sales, where she is responsible for campus recruiting and managing the sales intern program. She is … Read More