Saturday October 24, 2020

How technology lies at the heart of tax transformation

Technology, data and revenue e-audits – a time to re-imagine tax?

17th October, 2020
Obtaining the data and information required to facilitate tax compliance, respond to Revenue enquiries and ensure effective decision-making is a common challenge

Covid-19 has increased the reliance on technology in every aspect of our lives. The management and administration of taxes is no different. As we look ahead to 2021, the impact of Covid-19 and Brexit, along with the increased pace of regulatory change, will make technology and quality data very much part of the ‘new normal’ for the world of tax.

For many tax and finance professionals, a changed work environment has highlighted the benefits...

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