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CFO Insights — Six steps to transforming tax

Published on: Jun 04, 2015

As globalization accelerates, tax issues often become more complex and relevant to an organization’s business strategies. At the same time, companies face demands by tax authorities for more information faster  demands that are only going to increase.

In response, some leading companies have made a fundamental shift in the way they operate tax departments, transforming the tax function into a strategic business partner across the enterprise.

This issue outlines the steps for such a successful tax transformation and examines how it may expand the function’s responsibilities.


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