A new VAT system in Italy means the government sees every invoice issued. Spain, Poland and others are now doing the same
Future of Tax and Accounting 2019
Amid Brexit uncertainty and with Making Tax Digital (MTD) on the horizon, large enterprises face an unclear future when it comes to tax. The Future of Tax and Accounting special report, published in The Sunday Times, explores the implications of MTD, the countries leading the way on digital tax, and the issues that an undefined Brexit date presents for tax departments. It asks whether the ‘arm’s length standard’ is still fit for purpose in a digital economy, covers the move for companies to become responsible taxpayers in the face of the reputational backlashes faced by organisations in recent years, and asks whether accounting automation can live up to the hype
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Automation promises to remove many of the manual processes associated with accounting, but will it live up to the hype?
‘Making Tax Digital’ will transform corporate accounting for the majority of small businesses, but the impact of digitalisation on large enterprises in particular presents with some major hurdles
The reputational risk for companies minimising tax liabilities as much as legally possible is greater than ever. So how should companies respond?
Higher levels of tax performance in an organisation will deliver an immediate impact that substantially improves profitability, mitigates the risk of regulatory exposure, and defends brand value and integrity in public markets
Ian Boccaccio, principal and global income tax practice leader at Ryan, explores the challenges facing tax executives in an international market