With the advancement of technology, data and analytical capabilities, the Tax Function of the Future will look surprisingly different from today’s.
Never before has tax been more important to governments, taxpayers and other stakeholders. Tax forms the basis for public spending, and governments want larger budgets to achieve their specific goals. The reputation and well-being of companies is also being impacted by external perceptions of how companies manage their tax affairs. Companies need to respond in a clear and thoughtful way to a much wider base of stakeholders than ever before, including not only tax authorities and governments, but also regulators, investors, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and the general public.
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