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The tax landscape for middle market companies is changing and will continue to evolve. RSM is committed to providing an outstanding client service experience, utilizing technology and a deep understanding to our clients’ needs to help them respond to today’s fast-paced business environment.
By leveraging innovative technologies and automation, our tax professionals can deliver deep insights on the issues and opportunities most impactful to our clients. Our collaborative approach to tax innovation focuses on continuous improvement to tax processes and technology to meet your unique needs.
Digital assets present audit and accounting challenges that require re-examining basic considerations within traditional frameworks.
Technology investments in response to the COVID-19 outbreak may be eligible for the research and development tax credit.
Companies can now avoid traditional funding routes and raise millions of dollars online. But the approach is not without risk.
With evolving tax regulations on a federal, state and international level, understand the key tax due diligence when selling.
Technology can help drive efficiencies for tax departments and help achieve strategic goals. Learn where you stand.
Skepticism regarding artificial intelligence is understandable, but it’s often based on a misunderstanding of what AI really is.
Carefully consider international blockchain enterprise structuring in light of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA)
Middle market companies collect increasingly large volumes of data. How can you fully leverage this asset to enhance your business.
US companies with VAT obligations in the United Kingdom should understand and prepare to comply with Making Tax Digital.
Efficiently and effectively manage your global value added tax compliance with a strong risk management process.
Crypto assets and blockchain technology are here to stay. Tax and accounting professionals need to understand the details.
This e-book explores the resource management challenges facing tax directors and how to establish a successful co-sourcing approach.