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MAKING TAX DIGITAL...IN MINUTES!

 

For those who manually enter data and rely upon spreadsheets, the transition to comply with Making Tax Digital can seem like a daunting prospect. But it’s far easier than you might think to take those first steps towards automation and real-time reporting.

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THE SKILLS GAP

Andy Mills considers the areas where tax professionals now need to focus on as we move into the era of automation.

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DAVID AND GOLIATH: TAXING THE DIGITAL GIANTS

 

Digital service taxation is an area long recognised as ripe for reform. EU leaders have been demanding an “effective and fair taxation” system to ensure a “global level playing field” since last year. 

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TAXING TIMES: WHAT'S KEEPING THE CFO AWAKE AT NIGHT?

The burden of tax is placing the CFO under pressure to transform the tax function. Using the latest findings from our customer survey, we provide a snapshot of how businesses are responding to changes in tax legislation and chart the financial benefits experienced by those bringing tax in-house.

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TOP 7 REASONS TO AUTOMATE YOUR TAX PROCESS

What are the key business challenges driving the adoption of automation? What kind of benefits can you expect from automating the tax process? We take a look at what automation can do for your business.

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END-TO-END AUTOMATION

Automation isn’t just about technology, it’s about process too. Truly effective automation needs to provide an end-to-end process from data aggregation and analysis to meeting compliance requirements and reporting. But it should also seek to empower the tax professional. We take an in depth look at the process.

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ALPHATAX - MORE TO EXPLORE!

Are you getting the most out of AlphaTax? Did you know you can use the Snapshot feature to query data and create ‘what if’ scenarios? Or that it’s possible to create division-based reports before consolidating data into the company tax return? We walk you through some of the feature sets you may not be familiar with.

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