Chris Jordan, Australia’s Commissioner of Taxation, spoke with EY´s Alf Capito, Asia-Pacific and Australia Tax Policy Leader, about his perspective of the role.
As governments around the world battle to restore public finances to health, they are redoubling efforts to protect and raise tax revenues. Learn more in our infographic.
Indirect taxes have evolved. For today’s businesses – especially those that operate globally – they are the biggest type of tax. Find out more in our infographic.
Considering an overseas posting? There’s more to think about than just your salary. Working abroad will affect your family and the path of your career. See our infographic to learn more.
Despite the risk of misinterpretation, tax gap figures still provide a meaningful benchmark for authorities, says Dave Hartnett.
Dave Hartnett explores the role that tax authorities can play in promoting tax competitiveness.
Tax audits will be much more joined up in the future, says Dave Hartnett.
In an ever-more globalized world, countries’ tax authorities are working together to protect revenues, says Dave Hartnett.
Learn how fast-growing economies are strengthening their compliance and collection methods. What might this mean for your business?
Dave Hartnett offers some advice to tax directors and CFOs on managing a function with a growing profile.
Watch an interview with CFO Andreas Lindner on how the tax function has evolved at Ricola, the Swiss manufacturer of herb-based products.
From technician to business partner: what is it like to be a tax director today?
Watch a video interview with OECD’s Pascal Saint-Amans explaining the outlook for indirect tax.
Managing an increasingly mobile workforce presents a new set of challenges to meet associated tax obligations for employee and employer alike. T Magazine´s animation highlights the challenges related to the stateless employee.
As indirect taxes become a preferred revenue-raising tool for governments, global businesses need to react. Watch this animation for insights into the key implications.
Watch a video interview with Deutsche Bank’s Matthew Ozburn on the new patterns of expatriate movements within the bank and the implications they have for HR.
The expatriate executive is alive and well, but the purpose of their assignments has significantly changed, as has the approach to handling them. T Magazine´s animation highlights the evolution of the role.
Globalization and efficiency pressures are compelling firms to rethink their finance function. In doing so, there is an opportunity to improve global compliance and reporting.