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.

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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.

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TaxNotes Tax Hiring Outlook 2022 September #5

In the latest edition of "Tax Pulse" TaxTalent's President and founder Tony Santiago examines factors that have contributed to the trend of title and salary inflation in the U.S. tax market.

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TaxNotes Tax Hiring Outlook 2022 July #4

In this installment of Tax Pulse, Santiago analyzes the future of remote and hybrid workers, two increasingly common phenomena with often overlooked shortcomings and unexpected upsides.

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2022 Tax Hiring Outlook Webinar

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TaxNotes Tax Hiring Outlook 2022 June #3

In this installment of Tax Pulse, Santiago examines the considerable challenges that environmental, social, and governance guidelines add to an already constrained pipeline.

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2022 Tax Hiring Outlook

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.

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TaxNotes Tax Hiring Outlook 2022 May #2

In this installment of Tax Pulse, Santiago looks at the major factors affecting the hiring and retention of tax professionals over the next year.

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TaxNotes Tax Hiring Outlook 2022 March #1

In this inaugural installment of Tax Pulse, Santiago reviews five key factors that influence the hiring and retention of U.S. tax professionals. This is the first of a five-part monthly series.

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Is a Fully Remote Tax Department Sustainable?

Almost overnight, the coronavirus pandemic significantly changed many elements of how we live and work. For the tax industry, one of the more noteworthy adjustments was the sudden shift to remote work; resulting in a substantial transformation in the ways we conduct business. While we are by no means against remote work, we feel it’s critical that tax departments are strategic about how and when they utilize it.

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