An ongoing survey of tax leaders around the world, which considers ranges of responsibilities, department composition, budget structures and other data points to help tax leaders assess their departments today, and consider how to evolve them for the future.
As a seasoned tax leader, you make key decisions every day to evolve your tax department in order to keep pace with unprecedented pressures, disruptive technological advancements, heightened compliance obligations and more — all while continually demonstrating value within your organization and beyond.
Benchmarking against comparable tax departments can be a powerful tool for reflecting upon the department you have today, and thinking about how you will transform it for tomorrow.
KPMG International leads an ongoing global survey of tax departments in order to establish meaningful benchmarking data for tax leaders around the world. This report offers highlights from the findings to date, featuring input from approximately 300 tax leaders in more than 30 countries.
This report reflects the aggregate data as of November 2016. However, you can still take part in the survey, and survey participants have the opportunity to receive personalized benchmark reports across all of the data points. For information on how to participate, please email email@example.com.
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