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Webinar: Aligning technology with BEPS pillar two obligations

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Join ITR and Wolters Kluwer at 1pm BST on September 28 2023 for a preview of a software solution that offers adaptation to local rules, comprehensive analytics, and the integration of country-by-country reporting.

Over 140 countries have signed up to BEPS pillar two. Without the right technology, the impact on tax teams will be significant, with well over a hundred overlapping data points to determine pillar two top-up tax liabilities and related disclosure requirements.

Register here for a preview of the CCH Integrator BEPS pillar two solution, designed and built by Wolters Kluwer, a global leader in tax domain knowledge and software.

Discover how to leverage the full potential of the CCH Integrator tax platform, with its flexible structure allowing seamless adaptation to evolving local rules, inbuilt reporting and dashboard features for comprehensive analytics oversight, and the capacity to integrate global tax provisioning, country-by-country reporting, and pillar two processes.

Currently at the prototype stage, BEPS pillar two has been built on the OECD Global Anti-Base Erosion (GloBE) Model Rules and allows for updates in local legislation as it is enacted.

In this webinar, Lucia Higgs, a tax technology specialist at Wolters Kluwer, will share information on:

  • A guided workflow to manage the overall pillar two process;

  • An ERP agnostic data capture mechanism, allowing inputs from multiple sources, including automated upload and web-based questionnaires, leveraging mapping functionality to create consistent results; and

  • A pillar two calculation engine to analyse your GloBE effective tax rate and top-up tax, providing transparency and creating an audit trail, with in-built data validation and analysis.

Register here for the webinar on September 28.

An accompanying webinar sets forth a data management roadmap to help tax teams to navigate the challenges presented by enhanced reporting requirements under BEPS pillar two.

About Wolters Kluwer

Wolters Kluwer is a global leader in software and knowledge solutions for corporate tax professionals. Used by major corporations in 80 countries, including 40% of the ASX Top 100 and the ‘big four’ globally, Wolters Kluwer CCH Integrator is a multi-award-winning global tax compliance and reporting platform that enables greater efficiencies, reduced risk, and deep data insights to stay ahead of the competition.

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