PracticeAccounting FirmsThomson to buy Deloitte tax business

Thomson to buy Deloitte tax business

Information giant makes consulting investment

Global information company
Thomson Corp has
announced that it is to buy
Deloitte
Tax LLP Property Tax Services business (PTS)
, part of the Deloitte global
network.

PTS provides property tax compliance outsourcing and consulting services.

It will become part of the tax and accounting segment of Thomson, which
provides technology and integrated information solutions to accounting, tax and
corporate finance professionals in accounting firms, corporations, law firms and
government.

‘Deloitte Tax LLP realized that PTS could best be served by a leading
industry provider of tax and accounting software and service solutions,’ said
Chet Wood, chairman and CEO, Deloitte Tax LLP

Financial terms of the deal have not been revealed.

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Deloitte records 15% revenue surge

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