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Building a technology business case: strategies for tax managers

Globalisation and ever-changing regulations have put tax departments under pressure to do more reporting then ever, often with less resources, and old systems and processes. Cross-functional collaboration in an organisation is fundamental in meeting compliance requirements, but it also creates an ideal opportunity to adopt technology for the benefit of everyone. with this in mind, how can you build your case?

Building a technology business case: strategies for tax managers

Building a technology business case: strategies for tax managers

Globalisation and ever-changing regulations have put tax departments under pressure to do more reporting then ever, often with less resources, and old systems and processes. Cross-functional collaboration in an organisation is fundamental in meeting compliance requirements, but it also creates an ideal opportunity to adopt technology for the benefit of everyone. with this in mind, how can you build your case? … Read More

Five reasons you need to switch to tax automation

Five reasons you need to switch to tax automation

More than simply improving efficiencies and meeting tax compliance obligations, using the right tax technology is essential to a healthy bottom line. It’s common that businesses will persist with systems that are familiar — a case in point is the humble spreadsheet. A long-time mainstay of many businesses, it remains useful for basic collating of […] … Read More

Why tax compliance needs dedicated software

Why tax compliance needs dedicated software

Tax compliance in Australia is a complex business and can involve multiple departments across an organisation working together to fulfill any outstanding issues. This, however, is not always a simple or coherent task, as departments in big companies often hold onto data or don’t have the necessary resources to share efficiently or effectively to allow […] … Read More

Excel and the future of accounting

Excel and the future of accounting

It may be as commonplace in Australian businesses as the office Christmas party, but Microsoft Excel should not be confused with an enterprise-level tax solution, according to Jessica Farthing, Director (Indirect Tax), Grant Thornton Australia. There’s no denying the popularity of the familiar, if cumbersome, software tool here and overseas. A recent Deloitte survey revealed […] … Read More

Local file, local flavour: Lessons from BEPs one year on

Local file, local flavour: Lessons from BEPs one year on

BEPs first anniversary is approaching. What can we learn from the unique challenges faced by multinationals operating in Australia? And what will Year 2 bring? Joanne Ting, CbC and Transfer Pricing technology specialist gives us a preview ahead of the upcoming webinar with BDO and The Tax Institute. … Read More

How confident are you in your corporate tax compliance process?

How confident are you in your corporate tax compliance process?

Manual processes and spreadsheets have served corporate tax teams well, but in today’s environment, accuracy and speed in tax calculating and reporting is no longer an aspiration, but a necessity. How confident are you in your tax system? Glenn Francis, Senior Customer Success Manager for ONESOURCE shares tips on how to tell if it's time for an upgrade. … Read More