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The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has charted a worldwide trend of increased boardroom attention to issues of taxation.
Most board members are not tax experts. How does the board assess the strength of its tax department and outside tax advisors? Does the board truly understand the degree by which a tax position is not merely uncertain but overly aggressive? Can the board be assured it has adequate tax reserves?
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