Your Daily Accounting Briefing – 2024-01-18

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How to manage remote 1040 client collaboration

Digitization has no doubt made accountants’ jobs easier. But does your firm’s technology support remote client collaboration?

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US Mulls How Global Tax Rules Affect ‘Disregarded’ Firm Payments

The IRS is considering how new guidance for implementing a 15% global minimum tax will impact payments between US corporate entities that are “disregarded” for tax purposes, an official from the agency said.

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Auditing in the digital age: Assessing risk with AI

When conducting risk assessment in digital audits, AI can help by swiftly analyzing millions of events and detect many types of threats.

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Air France-KLM selects Accelya’s Cargo Revenue Accounting

Air France-KLM and Accelya have added Cargo Revenue Accounting to the existing portfolio of Accelya software covered by their partnership.

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Collaboration Is Gateway to Success Under New Global Tax Rules

Ann-Maree Wolff of Business at OECD explains challenges of the new global minimum tax rules and what multinational enterprises and governments can do to successfully implement the new reporting system.

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