The Resource Digital management in international tax compliance

Digital management in international tax compliance

Label
Digital management in international tax compliance
Title
Digital management in international tax compliance
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Subject
Language
  • eng
  • eng
Summary
The German tax authorities have overcome a major obstacle on their path to digitisation thanks to the successful launch of their taxonomy project for electronic standardisation of all German book/tax differences. This realignment also represents huge opportunities for companies. The author explores technology-supported tax data analytics, which is the game changer and the key to future success
Citation source
In: International tax review. - London. - Vol. 27 (2016-2017), no. 10 (December/January 2017) ; p. 58-60
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Kowallik, A
Geographic coverage
  • European Union
  • Europe
Language note
English
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  • tax authorities
  • tax return
  • balance sheet
  • electronic filing
  • information technology
  • data analytics
  • tax compliance
Label
Digital management in international tax compliance
Link
https://library.ibfd.org/custom/web/SD_PDF/scans/2017/G-I/ITREVIEW/10_58-60.pdf
Instantiates
Publication
Note
In 2013 the German tax authorities set as a mandatory that the most German companies use digitalised company tax return in the form of standardised tax basis balance sheet and tax income statement (E-Bilanz) in extensible business reporting language (XBRL) in machine-readable format. This realignment also represents huge opportunities for companies. The article explores technology-supported tax data analytics applied by the German tax authorities after digitisation of corporate tax returns
Note
20170113
Label
Digital management in international tax compliance
Link
https://library.ibfd.org/custom/web/SD_PDF/scans/2017/G-I/ITREVIEW/10_58-60.pdf
Publication
Note
In 2013 the German tax authorities set as a mandatory that the most German companies use digitalised company tax return in the form of standardised tax basis balance sheet and tax income statement (E-Bilanz) in extensible business reporting language (XBRL) in machine-readable format. This realignment also represents huge opportunities for companies. The article explores technology-supported tax data analytics applied by the German tax authorities after digitisation of corporate tax returns
Note
20170113

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