Thomson Reuters honours Taxologists

Regulatory complexity and globalization aren't the only factors changing the landscape of tax

December 23, 2014
Lisa Travnik

As tax professionals look to evolve their roles from traditional data management and compliance activities to strategic tax planning and analysis, the role of technology is undeniable.  Once implemented, technology can reduce manual inputs, improve accuracy, streamline workflow, and unify common tax activities.  The result is extra time and a shift in focus to more value-added tax activities … (To read more, link to the International Tax Review)

 

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