International Tax Review and TP Week have relaunched as part of the new one-stop service called ITR.
Content published under the new service uncovers and explains the tactics and concerns of the world’s leading tax departments.
Most recently, ITR published the results of its digital tax survey on how tax directors are dealing with the uncertain outlook. Procter & Gamble’s tax team has also shared its views on the Johnson & Johnson digital tax proposal.
In other developments, tax departments have been telling us about the audit risks caused by a paper trail from internal whistleblower procedures and provided their initial reaction to India’s direct tax reform report.
With compliance challenges increasing and politicised tax policy on the rise, in-house teams are under a significant amount of pressure to plan ahead and avoid controversy. This development has meant the type of information they need has to change too.
Tax directors and their teams are telling us they want peer insight. They want to know how counterparts are shaping their teams, dealing with revenue authorities or planning for digital taxation changes.
Transfer pricing has changed too. TP Week was launched 10 years ago, but tax has now reached the boardroom. With BEPS reporting requirements and determined tax authorities seeking to defend their base, transfer pricing spills into all areas of a tax team’s workflow.
Because of this, ITR has evolved so that its primary focus will explain the tactics of the world’s leading tax departments.
Our journalists will do this by talking to market leaders and tax directors of the world’s biggest businesses. Our subscribers in industry, government and private practice can apply this insight to their companies and learn how these figures are dealing with the issues that matter most.
ITR will cover transfer pricing, direct tax, indirect tax, compliance management, disputes and tax technology.
We hope you enjoy the content. If there is something you want us to look into, get in touch.