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The increased need for tax risk management in an uncertain economy paper

Published on 07 Nov 08

Drawing on past experiences in Australia and more recently in the USA and UK, this paper explores the impact a company's and government's typical responses to uncertain and down turning economies could have on a company's tax risk profile and tax risk management strategies, including:

  • cash flow pressures
  • business unit activities
  • financial reporting
  • risk tolerance levels
  • KPI pressures such as ETR
  • additional revenue authority pressures
  • what company boards and senior management should do to manage the inevitable additional risks and pressures.

 

Author profiles:

Christopher Dobson
Chris works for Ernst & Young. Current at 07 November 2008
 
David Williams
David Williams is the Oceania leader for Tax Accounting and Risk Advisory Services at Ernst & Young. David specialises in helping companies set up or improve their tax reporting and broader tax risk management processes. David has 19 years’ experience advising corporate entities in a broad range of tax matters. Formerly a corporate and international tax specialist with Ernst & Young, David left the profession to manage a tax function for a number of years, before returning to the Ernst & Young partnership in mid-2006 to assume his present role. Current at 03 September 2010 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by David L WILLIAMS.

This was presented at Tax in an Uncertain Economy.

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