MT. PLEASANT, S.C., Feb. 26, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- TaxTalent, the career and leadership development portal for tax professionals, released its annual 2019 Global Tax Market Assessment (GTMA). This annual publication, conducted in partnership with TaxSearch, Inc and British based BPA is the leading forecasting and predictive analysis of top trends in staffing and retention facing corporate tax departments. The GTMA is distributed worldwide in the first quarter of each year and has become a "must read" resource for tax, finance and human resource leaders that support the tax function.
This one-of-a-kind study covers critical topics including:
- U.S. Tax Reform
- Deconsolidation, Spin-Offs, and M&A's
- Aging In-House Tax Population
- Tax Technology
- EU Voluntary Disclosure Directive
The GTMA also provides analysis on Brexit, Multilateral Instruments (MLI) and the latest trends in Transfer Pricing.
According to Tony Santiago, president of TaxTalent and TaxSearch, Inc., this year's Global Tax Market Assessment is the most comprehensive report and study the firms have ever published: "Each year, the Global Tax Market Assessment expands in depth of subject areas and audience," says Santiago. "We not only provide a forecast of the coming year, but also go back to analyze our predictions from the prior year to determine what we got right and where we may have missed the mark in any of our prior year assumptions."
Santiago's firm also produces a complimentary webinar each year for Tax, Finance and HR leaders that want to review the current findings and ask questions of how the next wave of global corporate tax trends may impact their specific tax hiring and retention needs. This year's webinar will be held on March 13th at 1:00 pm (EST). Webinar registration link.
TaxTalent is the online career and leadership development portal for tax professionals. Membership provides free access to expert coaches, mentors, resources, content and valuable tools for both career and leadership growth. TaxTalent segments members into five career phases based on the number of years in the tax profession.
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