Deloitte tax transformation trends: Talent reimagined
As companies look past the pandemic, they are asking their tax functions to play a bigger advisory role—with less resources and more responsibilities. In this era of accelerated change, leaders will need to think differently to stay ahead of the curve.
Global tax transformation trends survey
Operations in focus
Deloitte surveyed over 300 tax and finance leaders globally to understand the immediate needs and future vision of the tax department—and how they plan to get there. These strategic insights are essential for all businesses as they map out their growth plans for the recovery.
Financing and treasury: Tax and legal matters
Addressing the impact of COVID-19
Given the importance to business of cash flow, treasury teams are quickly evaluating cash management, financing, and risk management. Whilst business critical areas will rightly demand the most focus.
Tackling the COVID-19 crisis
Three priorities for revenue agencies
As revenue agencies respond to the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic they are guided by three priorities. This article offers our perspectives on these priorities and a checklist of suggested actions.
A path forward: Five priorities for tax leaders
Being resilient and ready for the year ahead
Being resilient and ready for the year ahead. Our latest opinion piece explores how tax policy will continue to play an important role in addressing the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic and the opportunities for resilient tax leaders
Recovery from the COVID-19 crisis
What role will tax policy play?
Unlike prior recessions, the nascent recession is to a large degree due to actions taken by governments in response to the pandemic. Once the crisis subsides, policy makers will need to set the stage for business to rebound quickly and sow the seeds that ultimately will allow them to thrive.
Ten key considerations to prepare for the post-Brexit landscape
A perspective for tax leaders
Zoe Hawes of Deloitte UK explored some of the key changes from a tax perspective that businesses have to prepare for at the end of the Brexit transition period. This article was first published in International Tax Review in Autumn 2020.
Reimagining the way tax operates for the future
How tax leaders can rise to the challenge and emerge more resilient
Perspectives Reimagining the way tax operates for the future How tax leaders can rise to the challenge and emerge more resilient Three key questions that forward-thinking tax leaders should consider to transform business beyond the crisis
Proactivity in the midst of change
Eighth annual global survey on the OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) initiative, and beyond
Beyond BEPS survey provides valuable insight into the strategies of some of the world’s largest multinational companies in the face of changes in the international tax framework.
COVID-19: Credits and incentives as an economic stimulus
Tax credits and incentives are set to play a crucial role in getting national economies back on track and functioning at high capacity. There are several key success factors that governments should consider when designing and operating post-COVID credits and incentives.
Deloitte Transfer Pricing and CbC Data Analytics
Delivering efficiency in internal processes, consistency in positions, opportunity identification and risk mitigation
Transfer Pricing (TP) disputes continue to be one of the leading reasons for controversy between tax authorities and multinational companies. Inefficient monitoring of transfer prices, and compliance with policy, can increase the possibility of double taxation, tax penalties, and/or audits.
Plan: Gain strategic alignment with your international transfer pricing objectives
Global trade automation
Mergers & Acquisitions
Resolve: Confidently manage interactions with the global tax authorities