CCH and Baker Tilly International have begun a strategic partnership that will enable accounting firms in the Baker Tilly International network to receive CCH news, insights and other information services.
CCH, a Wolters Kluwer business, will also now serve as a leading sponsor for Baker Tilly International conferences.
The new agreement makes available CCH Global Daily Tax News, featuring tax developments from around the world, to all Baker Tilly International member firms. The network includes 150 firms in 120 countries.
The newsletter provides customized international tax news for more than 90 countries, including international tax rates, corporate income tax, transfer pricing, withholding tax, VAT, business formation, tax compliance and more. With Global Daily Tax News, member firms will have a single source for country-specific national and local tax and business news coverage to help them remain in compliance and provide tax planning to clients.
CCH will also provide to member firms monthly and quarterly communications featuring coverage of trends, insights and best practices to help professionals.
“We’re very pleased to be partnering with Baker Tilly International, finding new ways to help professionals cut through the complexity of both domestic and international tax issues, and stay current with new developments,” said CCH president and CEO Mike Sabbatis in a statement. “With both of our organizations so closely aligned in our commitment to supporting professionals by providing them with the information and resources they need, this partnership is a win-win for member firms, and their clients.”
Baker Tilly International member firms will receive daily, premier CCH content via firm web portals and the Baker Tilly International Extranet, allowing the content to be accessed anytime and anywhere by member firms.
The partnership announcement coincides with the Baker Tilly International North American Regional Conference, which currently being held in Atlanta. Sabbatis will address over 100 professionals attending the conference on Tuesday, June 14, about key trends in tax and accounting.
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