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How to minimise the risk of a client audit

March 6, 2019

Client tax audits are costly in terms of stress, time, and money for all parties. Richard Puffe, Thomson Reuters Senior Product Manager, Tax & Accounting, ANZ, and fellow Product Manager Shane Paxton outline how to avoid them. Last year the Australian Tax Office (ATO) was clear as to what area it deemed ripe for a […]

How to minimise the risk of a client audit

How to minimise the risk of a client audit

Client tax audits are costly in terms of stress, time, and money for all parties. Richard Puffe, Thomson Reuters Senior Product Manager, Tax & Accounting, ANZ, and fellow Product Manager Shane Paxton outline how to avoid them. Last year the Australian Tax Office (ATO) was clear as to what area it deemed ripe for a […] … Read More

How finance teams can argue for a technology upgrade

How finance teams can argue for a technology upgrade

This article first appeared in INTHEBLACK on the 6th November 2018. Too expensive, when will you find time to do it and how do our clients benefit anyway? These are typical rejections to requests from finance teams wanting to upgrade their technology, delegates to the World Congress of Accountants (WCOA) heard on November 5. How […] … Read More

How much are spreadsheets hurting your business?

How much are spreadsheets hurting your business?

One of the most important aspects of running a business is reducing risk. This can be tackled in a multitude of ways but when it comes to tax compliance, there are simple steps you can take. For starters, any big businesses relying on Microsoft Excel spreadsheets to prepare your tax obligations either on a quarterly […] … Read More

Navigating the International Tax World, Amidst Profound Change

Navigating the International Tax World, Amidst Profound Change

Bob Dylan famously sung in 1964 ‘the times they are changing’, albeit he wasn’t singing about the international tax world, however, he was right, times were and are always changing. Change is a constant in the world and in the international tax realm, change is inevitable and unavoidable. … Read More