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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 […]

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

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

Corporate beneficiaries and corporate tax rate: How might the new legislation be applied?

Corporate beneficiaries and corporate tax rate: How might the new legislation be applied?

On 18 October 2017, the Government introduced Treasury Laws Amendment (Enterprise Tax Plan Base Rate Entities) Bill 2017 into Parliament.  The Bill contains amendments to s 23AA of the Income Tax Rates Act 1986 to clarify which entities will be eligible for the reduced corporate tax rate for the 2017-18 income year and subsequent income […] … Read More

8 key questions every CFO should now ask when considering leases

8 key questions every CFO should now ask when considering leases

Are you involved in a business that leases assets?  A recently issued standard in New Zealand has the potential to significantly change what you currently report in your financial statements from 1 January 2019 onwards. Leases – a new External Reporting Board standard The standard on leasing was approved in mid-February for issue by the External […] … Read More

Australia: Making BEPS CbC reports public – “a shame to kill the golden goose”

Australia: Making BEPS CbC reports public – “a shame to kill the golden goose”

At an Australian Senate Estimates hearing on October 25, 2017, Australian Tax Commissioner Chris Jordan was asked to respond to calls for making country-by-country (CbC) reports public. He was asked whether releasing those reports to the public would be of help to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). Mr. Jordan said if the reports were required to be made […] … Read More