KPMG expands tax partnership with Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE

KPMG has expanded its Thomson Reuters partnership, leveraging the ONESOURCE platform to offer a set of direct tax tools.

As the U.S. Senate prepares to evaluate the proposed GOP tax plan, this expanded partnership anticipates a dynamic, and as yet unpredictable, tax landscape.

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The offices of KPMG in Chicago

The offering is delivered by KPMG tax professionals within KPMG Ignition, where KPMG teams design, build and deliver digital technology for clients using the Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE suite.

The Big Four firm has been part of the Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE Certified Implementer Program since 2010 and provides services and technology to help clients with direct tax, indirect tax and global trade management.

“As organizations transform, so has the role of the chief tax officer,” said Jeffrey C. LeSage, KPMG's Americas vice chairman of tax, in a statement. “Through KPMG’s longstanding alliance with Thomson Reuters, we are equipping tax leaders with the tools, technology and global experience to help them transform their tax functions and become true strategic advisors to the business.”

“Through this participation, KPMG and corporate clients are able to leverage ONESOURCE to drive improvements in the tax function ― something that is essential during these times of change in U.S. and global tax regulations,” stated Joe Harpaz, managing director, corporate segment, of the Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters. “Tax technology is a key component to supporting organizations facing this level of unprecedented change.”

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