TaxNotes: Effective Leadership in an Evolving Tax Climate, Part I
Challenges lie ahead for tax leaders with the increased transparency pressure and public scrutiny. In this latest installment of Tax Pulse, Tony Santiago, founder and president of TaxSearch Inc., has an in-depth interview with Tim McDonald, retired vice president of global tax at Procter & Gamble, on how young tax leaders should build, develop, and retain their teams. Read now to discover how you can leverage your strengths to bring your business to the next level.
TaxNotes: Addressing the Upcoming Tax Leadership Shortfall
Tony Santiago, President of TaxSearch, predicts, “we will soon be faced with the largest changing of the guard in the history of U.S. corporate tax.” In this installment, he provides guidance on navigating the generational tax leadership turnover with realistic strategies focusing on communication, development, compensation, and flexibility.
The 9th Annual Global Tax Market Assessment is now available!
The topics discussed in this year’s report will contribute to potentially turbulent waters across corporate tax departments. This information will help educate HR and Financial leadership on the challenges tax leadership faces when it comes to recruitment, retention, and development in 2023 and beyond.
Please enjoy this year’s report, and if you have any questions after reading it, let me know in the comments.
TaxNotes: Prepare for the Biggest Tax Leadership Turnover Ever
Hoping to retain or recruit tax professionals in 2023? The high-demand, low-supply talent squeeze is about to get even worse. TaxSearch Inc. President Tony Santiago predicts that more than two-thirds of all baby boomer (1946-1964) heads of tax and second in command will depart from full-time work in the next four years, taking a massive amount of knowledge with them. Click here for Santiago’s insights into these impending boomer retirements, as well as the likely impacts on the supply, demand, and development of the remaining Gen X, Millennial, and Gen Z talent. Start the new year prepared with the latest installment of “Tax Pulse,” a Tax Notes series.
TaxNotes: How an EY Split-Off Could Affect the U.S. Tax Profession
In this installment of Tax Pulse, Santiago
analyzes EY’s plan to split its audit and
consulting functions into two separate entities
and examines how the split-off may affect the
flow of talent in the U.S. tax profession.
What effects has the tax market had on your tax department? As predicted in our Global
Tax Market Assessment earlier this year, many issues are impacting tax all at once, but the
most significant are the supply and demand pressures. That said, tax has recovered
remarkably well after the COVD-19 pandemic, thrusting us back into a hot candidate-driven
hiring market with inescapable retention troubles. This year’s Tax Hiring Outlook has
important data that you will want to read and understand to better educate your financial
and HR leadership.