Louise - A career in Tax
Louise shares what it's like working in People and Organisation
Your knowledge will help high-profile organisations, entrepreneurs and family businesses understand complex rules and make informed decisions with significant impacts.
You’ll also help governments ensure the efficient operation of tax systems and use your insight to solve long-term problems. Over 3,500 tax experts work in many key areas and you’ll be part of a business that’s proactively engaging in the tax policy debate and focused on leading views and new ideas. Our people need to be flexible and ready to build strong relationships, networks and leadership skills. Our expertise covers every conceivable area of taxation.
In this fast changing world, we’re helping clients to build a sustainable tax strategy for the future. This podcast series discusses our complete approach to tax management which brings together tax function design, technology and compliance delivery to help you understand and meet these challenges.
Trump’s tax reform could spur us to build a British system fit for the economy of the future
President Trump signs tax reform bill (HR 1) into law. The law will lower business and individual tax rates, modernize US international tax rules, and provide the most significant overhaul of the US tax code in more than 30 years.
The Tax Function of the Future – A Focus on Today series spotlights topics relevant to Tax with a focus on what Tax needs to do now to operate successfully in an increasingly complex tax and business environment.
The anticipated changes to tax in the United States won't just impact U.S.-based businesses. Foreign organisations with a US presence will need to review the business impact, from financial reporting to workforce strategies and tax function readiness.
Welcome to the thirteenth PwC Total Tax Contribution (TTC) annual survey of the 100 Group. This report presents the analysis of data received from 100 companies, displaying the TTC and wider economic contribution for 2017, along with the trend analysis over the thirteen years of the survey.
Tax is no longer considered to be a private matter for companies, but is increasingly viewed as a measure of a company’s contribution to the communities in which it operates and as a reflection of a business’s broader values and purpose.
Following the recent issuing of the Business Risk Review (BRR) consultation by HMRC, we hosted a live webcast with HMRC to discuss the topics raised by the consultation.