Apr 5, 2021
The disruptions due to COVID has hastened many industry tax trends simmering on the surface even before the pandemic hit. These new rules and trends can have a lasting effect beyond 2022 and even the next five years. Moreover, with economic stimulus packages rolling out from governments worldwide, it's no secret these governing authorities will be looking for ways to charge indirect taxes to refill their coffers.
Thomson Reuters’ own Chris Harris, Chris Reich, and Dan LeCompte from KPMG offer information on what tax professionals need to know and understand as they navigate discussion on automation, people, process, technology, and how it integrates with their organizations.
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