Miscellaneous 2020

Session 9.5: How does the change agenda impact the tax profession?

Published Date: 11 Mar 2020


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Disruptive technologies are impacting the tax profession. The tax professional of the future will need to be cognisant of and embrace new technologies and ways of working. We are seeing significant changes in the tax compliance landscape - being driven by both the regulators and also technology providers. This video explored some of these developments and how they are impacting the profession. The future will belong to those that embrace the new but at the same time, focus on what cannot be disrupted - the human connection will become extraordinarily valuable.


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