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The future of tax

How tax technology is transforming business strategy

The future of tax

Historically tax has been almost an afterthought for most companies — one at the back-end of planning and tied to short-term goals. But fueled by advances in technology, tax departments are now providing intelligence and insight that is driving strategy and impacting the bottom line for Australian and New Zealand businesses.

At a time of increasing globalisation and tighter regulation, and a thirst for making more out of expanding big data, how do you ensure your tax process is running at its most effective?

We speak to specialists from Thomson Reuters, Deloitte, RSM Australia, and the Corporate Tax Association about the increasing influence of tax in shaping business strategy; data collection and how to optimise it; risk management and gaining greater efficiencies; unravelling the complexity of international tax; and what lays ahead in the world of tax.

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