US CEOs and technology: What do tax functions need to know?
According to our annual US CEO Survey, CEOs have fully embraced digital technology, reshaping all areas of their businesses to adapt. But what does this mean for tax? Discover key CEO insights all tax professionals need to know.
Reshaping the Tax Function of the Future
With the advancement of technology, data, and analytical capabilities the Tax Function of the Future will look surprisingly different from today’s. Come explore the current challenges facing tax and how the tax function will have to adapt to support and keep pace with the wider business. What will be the new normal?
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Former House Ways & Means Chairman, talks about the groundbreaking tax reform proposal he authored and how business needs to get involved.
Now a key part of our global Tax Controversy and Dispute Resolution network, Mike reflects on his time as Deputy Commissioner in the IRS Large Business and International Division.
Mike Danilack is a Principal in PwC’s Washington National Tax Services practice and plays a key role in PwC's Global Tax Controversy and Dispute Resolution network. Mike’s work focuses on international tax dispute resolution through the mutual agreement procedures and APAs, on IRS controversies involving international tax and transfer pricing issues, and on general cross-border tax planning.
Before joining PwC in December 2014, Mike served as the Deputy Commissioner (International) in the IRS Large Business and International Division where he was responsible for all international tax matters for the IRS, including serving as the U.S. Competent Authority. He has nearly 30 years of experience in dealing with international and corporate tax matters and is a frequent public speaker and author on critical international tax issues.
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