Navigating a tax function through the Covid-19 crisis
In a special report, Ronan Ferry of Deloitte Ireland explores the practical actions that tax functions can adopt as part of an overall strategy to respond to Covid-19, recover from its consequences and thrive in its wake
During this Covid-19 pandemic, we are experiencing mass disruption to supply chains, businesses, and markets. We also find ourselves navigating unprecedented circumstances as our professional and personal lives are severely impacted. Notwithstanding this, tax departments need to continue operating in an efficient, effective, and impactful way so that meeting obligations and bringing value to the business do not suffer.
For those working in tax, whether in industry or practice, we were already encountering a period...
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