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Webinar available now: Navigating tax processes with a single source of truth

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ITR and insightsoftware hosted a webinar recently on the benefits that can be realised through taking a unified approach to tax processes and how this can be achieved.

Disconnected tax systems, manual spreadsheets and error-prone reporting can hold back strategic decision-making. In a webinar held on March 20 2023, tax experts from insightsoftware and Deloitte explained these problems but also the opportunities in a tax landscape that is adapting to substantial changes, including in the form of the BEPS 2.0 pillar two proposals.

The video is available to watch for free here.

The speakers – Kathryn Abate, senior product manager of insightsoftware, Kunal Shah, a director at Deloitte, and James Timperley, an associate director at Deloitte – summarise the primary tax issues facing companies and how taking a different approach can yield dividends. The webinar includes a series of informative slides and a demonstration of a streamlined solution.

Using technology to create a single source of truth for all your tax processes could:

  • Help you to confidently understand or defend your tax position;

  • Enable more frequent reporting and more time for strategic, value-added activities;

  • Create synergies in terms of process, technology and people; and

  • Automate tax data transfers from one calculation to the next.

Watch the webinar to find out how tax provisioning, forecasting, country-by-country reporting, operational transfer pricing and pillar two can be aligned within a single solution.

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