Steps to Defend Against Heightened Corporate Tax Whistleblower Incentives
We realize those of you in tax are unlikely to get involved in tax fraud knowingly, but in recent months, the current political zeitgeist has put a spotlight on wealthy citizens and corporations who are believed to be paying less than their fair share of taxes. Not surprisingly, this has culminated in a heightened focus on identifying and prosecuting these alleged tax dodgers.
Despite evidence from our Tax Hiring Outlook that the tax industry performed well under the pressures from remote work last year, we linger in unknown territory as employers and employees have different views on remote work in the future.
We are at risk of a HUGE KNOWLEDGE GAP in tax. This study shows how many baby boomers have retired in the last two years and displays how many are currently employed across all tax department roles. The numbers will shock you.
How should the tax department of the future be structured? This white paper provides a glimpse into an alternative concept. We hope to inspire a deeper conversation about this topic as we believe it will be one of the most important issues facing in-house corporate tax professionals in the coming years.
As companies are scrutinized by ESG standards, there are unique factors in tax that will cause tension for companies as they struggle to meet a specific area regarding the social element of ESG. Natalie Santiago and Adam Golden address these factors and provide potential short and long-term solutions in their latest white paper.
With more candidates than available jobs in the current employer-driven market, Tyler Simpson’s latest article addresses the importance of hiring authorities drawing a hard line between the company’s needs versus wants in the job description. Ineffective job ads will result in a flood of candidates who are ultimately unqualified for your position. Read the article to see a real-life example of how we improved a client’s job description.