SYNERGY 2019: Highlights, hot topics and the hybrid approach

SYNERGY 2019: Highlights, hot topics and the hybrid approach

Last month saw our customer conference, SYNERGY 2019, take place in Hinckley, Leicestershire. Both new and seasoned delegates joined us who chose from a range of 60 sessions over the two days. Sessions were tailored toward helping our customers with their daily tasks, and ranged from in-depth tax training, content creation workshops to thought-leadership sessions […] … Read More

Thomson Reuters forms strategic partnership with Pagero Group

Thomson Reuters forms strategic partnership with Pagero Group

LONDON, (May 15, 2019) — Thomson Reuters today announced it has formed a strategic partnership with Pagero Group to share Pagero’s e-invoicing and continuous transaction control (CTC) capabilities and Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE tax determination and indirect compliance capabilities. “We are excited to join forces, as we believe that the unique capabilities of both companies and our solutions complement […] … Read More

Brexit implications on Financial Reporting

Brexit implications on Financial Reporting

Although there are no financial reporting requirements that relate specifically to Brexit, companies are required to disclose information such as key assumptions about the future, and other key sources of estimation uncertainty and the possible impairment of assets.  The impact of Brexit will therefore vary from industry to industry and business to business: those with […] … Read More

Thomson Reuters Tax Technology Leadership Summit 2019

Thomson Reuters Tax Technology Leadership Summit 2019

The 2019 Tax Technology Leadership Summit in London, revealed further indicators about how corporate tax teams are adapting now that the reality of increased regulation, and the impact of more digitally capable tax authorities are starting to bite. Highlights from the 2019 European Tax Technology Survey, which was released the same day also show that: […] … Read More

Managing Brexit implications on Indirect Tax and Global Trade

Managing Brexit implications on Indirect Tax and Global Trade

Indirect Tax A particular concern from an indirect tax perspective is that, depending on the terms of future trade agreements and the implementation of a transitional period, the UK may see the rate of duty rise. This would subsequently impact the total costs to the business. Additionally, EU-imposed statistical reporting and supplementary filings such as […] … Read More