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CFOs And Tax Executives: Hiring Tax Professionals Today

CFOs And Tax Executives: Hiring Tax Professionals Today

Over the last few months, we reached out to CFOs and Tax Executives and asked them how their operations have changed over the past year. We asked them what the experience has been like working from home? Will they continue to work remote? How have corporate tax executives been managing an increased workload ? How will they address the tax hikes coming under a new administration? Are they adding staff to their tax organizations? How will they handle the interviewing and hiring process? The answers to these questions are the focus of this blog post. I will share the information obtained from conversations with CFOs, corporate tax executives, tax partners in accounting and legal firms, and independent tax services providers. Their feedback is a huge reveal in this everchanging market.
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How To Work With Management And Human Resources To Get The Tax Team You Need

THIS IS #2 OF A SPECIAL 12 WEEK BLOG SERIES: HOW TO DEVELOP A LEADING AND PRODUCTIVE TAX ORGANIZATION IN 2016. TO REVIEW ALL SERIES TOPICS:  https://www.taxconnections.com/taxblog/how-to-develop-a-leading-and-productive-tax-team-in-2016/ 

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If you are Head of Tax (HOT) in an organization, you may be thinking “All these tax deadlines and tax projects are keeping me awake at night. How can this team accomplish everything we need to do in this quarter? Did I miss anything that will cost the company money? Here I am working all weekend again to meet these deadlines.” The late-nineteenth century French mathematician, Henri Poincare (1854-1912) studied the Theory of Chaos. Poincare explained,  “It may happen that small differences in the initial conditions produce very great ones in the final phenomena. A small error in the former will produce an enormous error in the latter. You can imagine what can go unnoticed on a complex corporate tax return!

After consulting to tax executives who are understaffed and overwhelmed and awake at night worrying about these very matters, I want to offer you ideas in these situations. Read more