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What do self-driving cars, game-playing robots and tax have in common? presentation

Published on 17 Aug 18 by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • what are the potential disruptive technologies for tax professionals?
  • what will the ATO of the future look like?
  • what has EY done to self-disrupt using these technologies?
  • how can you continue your digital tax journey?

Author profiles

Belinda TOWNSEND
Belinda is a Principal with Ernst & Young. She has over 10 years experience in providing corporate and international tax to multinational clients. She has extensive experience assisting multinational groups to establish successful business operations in Australia. In doing so, she has advised numerous groups in relation to international tax planning and structuring their business operations in Australia in a tax effective manner.
Current at 22 December 2005
Zane Duncalf
Zane is a Senior Manager in the taxation practice of EY’s Perth office with over 9 years experience in the tax team specialising in Research and Development Tax and Digital Tax technologies. Zane serves a broad client base ranging from multinational oil and gas and mining corporations, to start-up software and technology companies. His role within EY includes the development and implementation of various digital tax technologies. Zane has a Bachelor of Science (Physics) and a postgraduate Diploma in Mining from Curtin University’s Western Australia School of Mines. - Current at 12 January 2019

 

This was presented at 51st Western Australia State Convention .

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What do self-driving cars, game-playing robots and tax have in common?

Author(s):  Belinda TOWNSEND,  Zane Duncalf

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