Our PwC tax specialists share perspectives on tax's role in the world's business environment of today and tomorrow. Listen in as they delve deeper into new predictions for the role of tax in a changing tomorrow. You can listen to episodes at your convenience via your desktop computer or smart phone.
Tax Function of the Future: Near Term Actions to Increase Cash
As part of our Tax Function of the Future webcast series, PwC US Tax Reporting and Strategy's Margie Dhunjishah and Vik Purewal talk about near term actions tax functions can take to increase cash as a result of the recent business disruptions resulting from the COVID-19 health crisis. Margie provides an update related to recent Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) released by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for filing Form 1139 to obtain additional above-the-line cash benefits. In addition, Vik shares insights around additional mechanisms a Tax function can contribute to increase cash related to their Legal Entity Simplification (LES) strategy.
Tax Function of the Future: Compliance strategy in 2020
PwC's Margie Dhunjishah and Jamie Harvey discuss what areas they think are key to focus on as companies reframe their compliance strategy in 2020.
Tax Function of the Future: Lessons learned from 2018 tax year compliance
PwC's Margie Dhunjishah and Jamie Harvey discuss how to address tax reform in a more proactive manner by discussing lessons learned from 2018 tax year compliance.
What aspects of digital enhance the experience for tax professionals
PwC's Margie Dhunjishah, Dom Megna, Ann Johnston, and Lauren Bauer discuss how applying tax technology can enable tax professionals to change their everyday lives.
Aligning tax with customs and trade
On this Tax Function of the Future podcast, PwC's Andy Ruggles talks with Maytee Pereira and Lauren Dangelmayr to examine trade and tariffs and how they fit together for the tax function.
Leading practices for tax return compliance
On this Tax Function of the Future podcast, PwC's Maria Collman talks with Justin Femmer on the four steps that can help you map out a plan to utilize data automation for tax reform.