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In today's complex business and tax environment, most companies cannot maintain the requisite level of in-house tax expertise necessary to ensure compliance in all tax disciplines and jurisdictions. Tax co-sourcing provides a strategic opportunity for companies to house those areas of the tax function that are most strategic, while outsourcing those tasks that are prohibitively resource-intensive or too expensive to complete in-house.
It's all about getting the most from limited resources. From small to super-sized, companies have turned to co-sourcing to handle traditional federal, state and foreign tax return preparation and tax provision calculations as well as more complex projects such as Sarbanes Oxley tax control reviews, FIN 48 implementation, state and local tax consulting, tax provision audit support, and transactional analysis.
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