Tax & Accounting Blog

5 ways technology can strengthen a corporate tax team

5 ways technology can strengthen a corporate tax team

Whether it’s regulatory requirements, such as DAC7, GMT, BEPS 2.0 Pillar, or the ongoing tax industry talent shortage, tax departments are under stress like never before. The proper utilisation and deployment of technological solutions alongside valued tax professionals is how successful tax departments deliver valued analysis, insights, and guidance for their organisations. Yet, technological maturity […] … Read More

The shape of things to come: What does 2024 hold for global trade?

The shape of things to come: What does 2024 hold for global trade?

The geopolitical terrain is undergoing unforeseen changes, and certain prominent trends that had solidified in past decades are now experiencing a reversal. The regulatory and policy environment is both ramping up and diverging in critical areas. Multinational corporations and small businesses are facing significantly different challenges. And in a high-profile election year in many countries, […] … Read More

Can’t stop what’s already here:  Keeping up with trade developments in an AI world

Can’t stop what’s already here: Keeping up with trade developments in an AI world

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is not a new concept, but since the emergence of ChatGPT last year, the advantages versus the risks it could present as it becomes smarter and more prevalent have been widely debated everywhere. When it comes to global trade, there are powerful arguments as to why AI should be embraced, and understandable […] … Read More

Strategies for dealing with upcoming e-invoice mandates

Strategies for dealing with upcoming e-invoice mandates

Over the next few years, dozens of countries will be rolling out mandates for e-invoicing and continuous transaction controls (CTC) as part of a global trend toward the complete digitalisation of tax reporting and remittance. Multinational companies need to be prepared when these regulatory changes go into effect, but the path to compliance isn’t exactly […] … Read More

The future of Global Minimum Tax: What to expect in 2024

The future of Global Minimum Tax: What to expect in 2024

In 2024, the new Global Minimum Tax (GMT) regime comes into force under the OECD’s base erosion and profit-shifting (BEPS) reforms. Designed to prevent the practice of moving profits to lower tax jurisdictions, under the new “Pillar Two” rules, companies whose revenues exceed €750m will have to pay a minimum tax rate of 15% in […] … Read More

How to keep up with the regional complexities of e-invoicing and CTCs: Part 3

How to keep up with the regional complexities of e-invoicing and CTCs: Part 3

In the first two installments of our blog series on e-invoicing and Continuous Transaction Controls (CTC), we discussed the basics of e-invoicing and how it affects tax teams and compliance efforts. In this article, the third and last of the series, we will explore some of the regional complexities and challenges that companies may encounter […] … Read More