Survey: What does the future of tax look like?
While digital transformation within tax was in motion, MTD kickstarted a revolution in technological capabilities for those within the profession. But where is the industry headed?
Tax professionals face upheaval with ongoing MTD stipulations reshaping the way firms operate.
And the year ahead will be a period of change, with new rules coming into force and technological advances gripping the market.
That’s why, in partnership with Tax Systems, Accountancy Age has launched a new survey that aims to discover how those in tax are working through the changing ecosystem.
Results will be used to identify the key hurdles facing tax professionals and where they are in terms of embracing technology to overcome them.
Thank you for your time – your help is very much appreciated.
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