We are delighted to bring you the September edition of Talking Tax, with a range of views and insights from specialists across our business.
As the world emerges from the COVID-19 era, businesses continue to adapt to the changing circumstances. At the same time, Tax authorities continue to increasingly leverage technology for collection and compliance. So, it is more crucial than ever that Tax departments use data and technology to add value to their organisations. And transformation is a key, interlinked, element in this.
So, this edition looks at some of the key legislative changes, what good looks like when using technology for Tax as well as how you can get started.
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This month's must read
Governments are increasingly leveraging technology to collect tax revenues and crack down on fraud and compliance errors. This trend is most evident in the number of new ‘data-led’ compliance obligations being placed on the taxpayer.
Earlier this month we were in conversation with Patrick Burn, a PwC Director and a Tax Technology Specialist. We explored the current tax technology landscape, what "good" looks like and how you can get started today.