Tax Strategy and Operations

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A tax function’s ability to deliver value depends on how well it is able to adjust to today’s ever-evolving regulatory changes, while supporting the company’s business strategy. Too many corporate tax functions are struggling to address operational ineffectiveness. Expanding regulatory requirements and limited resources means that most tax departments are trying to accomplish more with less and senior executives are taking notice.

Forward-thinking tax departments are conducting thorough current-state assessments that provide a road map of specific actions, cost, and relative priorities for the tax function to consider improving efficiency. These assessments take into account the current operational state, culture, and realistic appetite for change and often are scalable.

Anticipating and adapting in evolving environments

Our Tax Strategy & Operations practice provides flexible, but thorough, solutions to help improve your tax function’s performance while reducing your risk. We start by providing you with insight into the current-state of your tax function operations. Our holistic and scalable approach will directly impact efficiency and effectiveness, including people, process, technology, and data.

We can work with you to:

  • provide insight into the current-state of your tax function operations
  • co-develop a vision for your future tax operations and actionable road map to transform your tax function
  • focus on the four primary tax function deliverables — tax accounting, tax compliance, audit defense, and planning

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Andy Ruggles

Andy Ruggles

US Data Automation and Global Alteryx Alliance Leader, PwC US

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