With ever-accelerating technological developments and greater vigor around global compliance and reporting, it is important to understand those forces shaping the landscape of tomorrow. Bringing insights from subject-matter experts and industry-leading research, Dividends helps to prepare tax & accounting professionals for what lies ahead.
In this issue: Industries in motion
VOL 2 | EDITION 2 | 2017
An exploration of the disruptions occurring in the Automotive, Energy, Financial, Government and Technology sectors – whether those disruptions are due to regulatory, technological, or human talent/demographic shifts.
Lynne Doughtie, Chairman and CEO of KPMG LLP, discusses how the company plans for disruption, the future of automation in the accounting profession and more.
When it comes to rights associated with real property ownership interests, oil, gas and mineral rights are often misinterpreted.
The advances in auto technology will impact both those buying cars and those making them.
Imagine a world where the general public not only cares about the tax function, but they have an idea of what tax professionals do.
The convergence of cloud systems, data analytics, and artificial intelligence creates entirely new ways to conduct an audit.
Understand what the advent of blockchain will mean for the tax and accounting profession as it transforms professional life in the digital age.
Also in this issue
Dr. Shermin Voshmgir, founder of BlockchainHub shares her insights with Thomson Reuters on blockchain and distributed ledger technologies for the future.
Introduced in 2008, bitcoin was heralded for its potential to disrupt the traditional banking model for businesses and consumers alike.
The converging tax transparency rules impacting how financial Institutions are using technology to stay compliant with the Common Reporting Standard.
Capture both obvious and hidden research and development expenditures in order to potentially offset these investments with the R&D tax credit.
Every tax filing season we become more aware of the dangers of identity theft, phishing, phone scams, and various other schemes that target taxpayers.
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) held a signing ceremony for the Multilateral Convention to Implement Tax Treaty Related Measures to Prevent BEPS (“MLI”).
How automotive industry participants can optimize manufacturing, reduce costs, and build flexible supply chains with the help of FTAs.
The ATO is looking to demonstrate governance & transparency to demonstrate confidence that Australia’s top companies are paying the right amount of tax.
Tax reform appears to be on the horizon in the US: Lawyers, accountants, and other tax professionals will need to pay close attention as legislature changes.
For the tax and accounting industry, the last 20 years of technology have brought many advances in service capabilities and efficiencies.