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The 2013 Tax Hiring Outlook
This report provides insight into the tax hiring process from the viewpoint of corporate tax hiring authorities after year-end budgeting, and provides conclusive information to support decision making. Survey respondents consisted of 124 corporate tax department heads from across the country; the majority of whom represented companies with over $9 Billion in annual sales. Additionally, this report includes a comparison to hiring data reported in the previous survey from 2012. This serves to provide a perspective on any relevant trends that have developed over the past year. The TaxTalent Library includes results from previous hiring surveys.
Managing Your Career Through the Generational Demographics of Today's Corporate Tax Department
By: TaxTalent & TaxSearch, Inc.
At the recent March 6th TEI Pittsburgh meeting, Adam Golden of TaxSearch, Inc. and Dave Klausman of TaxTalent provided insight into managing one's career through the generational demographics of today's corporate tax department.
Indirect Taxation in 2013: Indirect Tax Systems Are Becoming More Efficient
By: Ernst & Young
Many countries are currently in the process of refining their indirect tax systems. In developed markets, longstanding VAT systems need to adapt to the demands of a 21st century digital economy. In emerging markets, which are experiencing economic developments at a fast pace, indirect tax systems need to adapt to keep pace.
In the U.S. and Around the World, Transfer Pricing a Target
By: True Partners Consulting
Multinational companies' transfer pricing practices have recently been subject to an extraordinary level of scrutiny from policymakers and tax authorities in the United States and around the world.
High Growth Markets International Acquisition Tracker
Caution is still the watch-word for mergers and acquisitions markets all over the world. After a brief rally, deals between developed market acquirers and high growth market targets (D2H) continued the downward trend over the last 2 years. The HGM Tracker looks at deal flows between 15 developed economies (or groups of economies) and 13 high growth economies (or groups of economies).
Looming Shared Responsibility Penalty Magnifies Worker Classification Issues
Using independent contractors can be an effective way to control costs by reducing payroll taxes, benefits costs and the shared responsibility excise tax. Misclassifying employees as independent contractors, however, can be disastrous.