Big Four firm EY has partnered with Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting to provide EY tax analysis via the software company’s tax research platform CCH IntelliConnect.
CCH IntelliConnect users will be able to access the EY Tax Library, which includes EY Tax Alerts and EY Tax Newsletters from Ernst & Young’s national tax department. Both services are designed to provide tax, audit and accounting professionals with up-to-date information and analysis on global tax matters.
By using Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting’s tracker technology, EY Tax Alerts can be incorporated into a CCH tax research subscriber’s existing email subscription. Currently, subscribers are able to customize their trackers by topic, with 35 topics covering both U.S. and international jurisdictions and regions.
“With the addition of EY Tax Alerts and related content, we are linking valuable Big Four perspective and thought leadership to our leading content to help tax professionals get the critical information they need, how they need it, and when they need it,” said Josh Braunstein, executive vice president and general manager of Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting research and learning, U.S., in a statement. “It is yet another example of how we are continuously enhancing CCH tax research with the latest tools and content to help professionals work more quickly and efficiently.”
Kate Barton, EY Americas vice chair of tax services added that “given the current focus on tax reform, we believe the timing of this new offering further increases the benefit to practitioners.”
CCH IntelliConnect subscribers can access EY Tax Alerts and other information from EY through their existing subscriptions.
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