CFOs: Prepare for Changes in Global Tax Rules
Some of President Biden’s new tax proposals, if passed, will have significant ramifications. Here are the regulations to watch.
Multinationals Derive Huge Benefits From Shifting R&D Abroad
Savings from moving R&D to take advantage of lower wages drives foreign profits about as much as lower tax rates.
Trade Tensions Still Vex Tax Execs
Despite the preliminary trade deal with China, corporate tax leaders expect tariffs to be a pain in their side throughout 2020.
Has the TCJA Actually Helped Companies?
The overall financial impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is difficult to calculate and may be viewed differently by optimists and skeptics.
Top Issues for Boards Heading Into 2019
Board diversity, corporate culture, and sexual harassment will be among the key discussion topics for corporate directors next year.
Tax Officers Take On New Role as Communicators
Complexities of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act require chief tax officers to clearly explain its provisions to companies' management teams and boards.
Tax Options Abound for U.S. Multinationals
While companies wait for 2018 tax reform rules to be finalized, now is the time to be thinking about strategies for repatriating cash from abroad.
Meeting the Tax Reform Challenge Through Automation
Companies don't need to spend a lot of money to address the issues brought on by tax reform. All they need is a bit of automation in the finance function.