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: The Intersection of Regulation and Commerce
VOL 1 | EDITION 2 | 2016
As markets and industries confront a rapid rise in regulation, the ability to run a business, serve customers, manage supply chains, grow and innovate becomes increasingly complex and challenging. Learn from tax colleagues and thought leaders on how to successfully navigate this landscape.
Porus Kaka, President of the IFA shares his perspectives on the tax developments impacting countries and multinational enterprises.
It’s not just a question of how to conduct business but also who to do business with. Here is what accountants should look for in client relationships.
Although the Future State seems promising, will it jeopardize taxpayer rights or further complicate practitioner responsibilities?
Here are some key findings that the Global Trade Management Survey uncovered on free trade agreements (FTA), automation and product classification.
Recent surveys show that less than 25% of public accounting firms are utilizing the cloud for at least one of their tax and accounting systems.
Given the trend for greater transparency, rising public outrage at tax evasion and governments desire to recover lost revenues, is AEOI the answer?
Also in this issue
Informality weakens governance. It also dampens income potential as investment is less secure and more risky in informal markets vs formal markets.
Dividends caught up with Eduardo Vitor to explain FTAs and Special Programs, and why they are crucial to a company’s supply chain.
Reinventing the way we work and remaining relevant to our customers and the world they live in is essential to our business.
Making Tax Digital (MTD) – whereby all UK businesses and individual taxpayers will have access to their own tax affairs online via digital tax accounts.
For multistate sellers of products and services that occur entirely electronically, such as cloud computing, US state taxes are a minefield.
Together with KPMG, we conducted a survey of trade professionals regarding their trade and supply chain operations. Here are some key findings.