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Survey: Diversity and inclusion in the tax sector 2021

It is important to examine diversity and inclusion in the tax sector

Take ITR’s survey to have your say on whether the tax industry has improved on diversity and inclusion this year.

It has been a year of reckoning for diversity in the workplace and the tax sector is no different. Has the past year changed how diversity and inclusion are implemented in the tax sector? Take ITR’s survey and share your views on whether the tax industry is moving fast enough.

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 It has been just over a year since the world witnessed the Black Lives Matter movement that came to be a defining moment for racial justice. Finally, conversations about diversity and inclusion in the workplace were brought to the forefront.

Are companies doing enough to promote diversity and inclusion? Has the pandemic and remote working made a difference in making work more inclusive? ITR intends to find out if change has really taken place in the tax sector and people are thriving in their jobs.

Just like most professional streams, the tax sector is plagued with issues like discrimination, bullying and sexual harassment. Has the past year changed anything?

Tax professionals are often ambitious, resilient, and determined individuals – you must be to work in tax – but no one should be disadvantaged by the perceptions, behaviours, or views of others.

Let’s find out how far we’ve come as an industry where everyone has a fair chance at success.Take our anonymous survey today and the results will feature in a landmark feature in ITR magazine’s autumn issue.Click here.

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Former PwC partner Peter-John Collins has been banned from serving as a tax agent in Australia, while Brazil reports its best-ever year of tax collection on record.
Industry groups are concerned about the shift away from the ALP towards formulary apportionment as part of a common consolidated corporate tax base across the EU.
The former tax official in Italy will take up her post in April.
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The panel, the only one dedicated to tax at the World Economic Forum, comprised government ministers and other officials.
Colombian Finance Minister José Antonio Ocampo announced preparations for a Latin American tax summit, while the potentially ‘dangerous’ Inflation Reduction Act has come under fire.
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