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Tax management in companies

  • Editorial

  • Introduction - Coping with change

    The world of corporate taxes is changing and there is no going back, says John Clymer

  • Applying corporate responsibility to tax

    The practice of corporate responsibility is subject to much debate. Tax has a role not to be neglected in these discussions, say Urs Landolf and Susan Symons

  • The great crossover

    Rüdiger Loitz, Tobias Taetzner and Tom Weber explain how finance can help improve tax effectiveness

  • Gaining control

    Tax risk management, tax accounting and being "in control" have been on the agenda of most tax departments in the recent past, say Eelco van der Enden and Robert van der Laan

  • The role of technology

    Technology is often misunderstood and under-utilised by most tax functions. However, its advantages are plainly apparent, says Mark Schutzman

  • Role of the head of tax

    Fabio Dell'Anna and Andreas Staubli outline issues for heads of tax to consider in a rapidly changing world

  • Stakeholder communication

    Over the last few years there has been a great deal of change in the global tax environment, calling for effective communication between the tax function and stakeholders in tax, says Tim Cox

  • Structuring the tax function

    Tony Elgood sets out some of the structural options and comments upon their pros and cons

  • Process or technology?

    Thierry Morgant outlines some tax accounting and reporting issues

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