How AI and Robotics Change the Game in Corporate Tax Departments Pt. 2 Power Point
This presentation revolves around the challenges tax departments face today regarding attaining all information they must have for accuracy and how implementation of a robotics program can resolve these issues. It also covers automatic interaction with tax authorities and various technological roles that are evolving. Also, the advantage of utilizing robotics and AI to free up your staff for higher level work.
First of a four-part article series, covering how to handle specific scenarios regarding succession planning for your tax team. The first two parts are from the employer’s perspective and the last two parts, from the employee’s perspective. This first article looks at the example of a senior level staff person that is forthcoming about their retirement plans/long-term intentions. How will you respond with a succession plan?
Paul Iannone, JD, CPA, MST, Tax Professional and Founder of Tax Career Advisor, shares valuable career insights regarding “Career Advice for a Younger Me.” Young tax professionals are often focused on passing the CPA exam and adjusting to a new career and learning tax technical issues. However, personal development skills are critical to one's long-term success and should be learned early-on and fine-tuned throughout one's career. This article examines the personal skills that are critical for success.
Year-end is a busy time. This article takes a quick look at the top issues facing tax departments across the board at this time of year - year end budgeting, tax reform, technology and personal development and goal setting.
The 2017 Career Satisfaction Survey provides a current snapshot of career satisfaction from the staff to manager level tax professionals in corporate in-house tax departments. Bottom line - More than half of all employees that responded do not feel their personal career goals and ambitions are well-understood by their tax department leaders. This annual survey provides the data used to come to conclusions as well as action steps to improve employee satisfaction. Report recommends that tax and financial leaders leverage this data for their own performance optimization.