The value of global compliance
For many years, internal tax and finance functions have been working towards increasing efficiencies in how they prepare their global corporate tax and other statutory returns. As many turn to centralised or off-shored production models, the race is on to find the most radical solution. This article summarises a paper prepared by Ian Sadler, partner in Tax Management Consulting, in association with the Novak Druce Centre for Professional Service Firms at the Said Business School, University of Oxford, which discusses wider the wider considerations and innovations for businesses in shaping their global tax compliance process.
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