Good, Better, Best: The race to set standards in global tax management uncovers the most pressing issues faced by tax executives around the world and seeks to delivers insight on how these issues influence changes in structure, investment in people and processes and overall objectives and priorities.
Amidst lingering economic uncertainty and increasing focus from tax authorities to boost revenue, the survey identifies trends and benchmarks on the following fundamental questions:
The following country reports give you country-specific tax management insights from the Good, Better, Best survey.
|Argentina (PDF 395 KB)||Mexico (PDF 366 KB)|
|Australia (PDF 763 KB)||Russia (PDF 192 KB)|
|Brazil (PDF 432 KB)||Netherlands (PDF 374 KB)|
|Canada (PDF 406 KB)||Singapore (PDF 390 KB)|
|China (PDF 184 KB)||South Africa (PDF 408 KB)|
|France (PDF 442 KB)||South Korea (PDF 415 KB)|
|Germany (PDF 369 KB)||Spain (PDF 395 KB)|
|Hong Kong (PDF 449 KB)||Switzerland (PDF 456 KB)|
|India (PDF 416 KB)||United Kingdom (PDF 676 KB)|
|Italy (PDF 450 KB)||United States (PDF 360 KB)|
|Japan (PDF 773 KB)|
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