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Tax Professional of the future

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Tax specialists of the futureOne often hears the statement that a company’s most important asset is its personnel. After the strong technological progress we have experienced, one can wonder if this will continue to apply in the future? Will tax professional be needed?

PwC’s report, ”The Tax Professional of the Future – Staying relevant in changing times”, is the ninth report in PwC’s report series – Tax Function of the Future. This report series looks at future tax functions and methods in terms of how today’s functions must change if they are to succeed in comprising a strategic asset in companies’ future business operations. In this report, the focus has shifted from the tax function to the tax professional.

This report addresses the future of tax professional. It is true there will be a need of tax professional in the going forward but they will also have expertise in data analysis, statistics and technology, as well as in process improvements and changes management. The report discusses everything from the role of training and education, to the expanded requirements for tax expertise and how one can engage, develop and retain future tax talent.

Read the report ”The Tax Professional of the Future – Staying relevant in  changing times”

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Kim Jokinen och Tove Palm

Kim Jokinen och Tove Palm

Kim Jokinen och Tove Palm arbetar med nationell och internationell företagsbeskattning på PwC:s kontor i Stockholm med särskilt fokus på strategifrågor.
Kim: 010-212 49 08, kim.jokinen@pwc.com
Tove: 010-212 97 83, tove.palm@pwc.com
Kim Jokinen and Tove Palm works with national and international corporate taxation at PwC’s office in Stockholm, specialising in Tax Transparency.
Kim: +46 10 212 49 08, kim.jokinen@pwc.com
Tove: +46 10 212 97 83, tove.palm@pwc.com

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