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Volume 4 2018 October Tax Tech eNews
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Welcome to the October issue of Tax tech enews!

We are in the final planning stages of our program for the 2019 ACT Annual Conference 

being held May 20-22, 2019 in Clearwater Beach, Florida. Make sure you mark your calendars! You won't want to miss our next conference! We are planning to have expert speakers covering such topics as: RPA case studies and implementations, selecting & implementing the right tools, identifying controls & risks with data automation, accelerating the close process with data automation, centralizing tax data, surviving tax reform with technology, disruptions for tax, incorporating tax into technology strategies, building a data lake, digital tax administration, blockchain, international tax automation and workflow, Office 365 and power apps, SAP indirect tax, cyber security, data analytics & visualizations, skills for tomorrow's tax professional, Mr. Excel, and more!      


Just a couple reminders as we near the end of the calendar year -- memberships expire December 31 of each year. You will receive an invoice or you credit card will automatically be charged if auto-pay is in place. For Regular Member companies, the primary person listed on the account is responsible for the company's membership.


We are also now accepting applications for 2019 Sponsorships. If you are a technology solution or service provider company and are interested in becoming an ACT sponsor or renewing your sponsorship, click here for more information.


This edition of eNews again includes articles to help our members understand how the ACT Sponsors are handling Tax Reform within their software solutions. If you have other topics you'd like to see covered in our newsletter, please let us know.

Longview Tax: A Foundation for Navigating Change

Written by: Brad Hearn, Longview

Reflecting on the last few years, it’s amazing to see the scope of change that the tax community has absorbed. It seems only yesterday we were debating the merits of dedicated tax technology....

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Creating a Culture of Accountability in Your Tax Department to Address Tax Reform Changes

Written by: Mike Sabbatis, XCM 

Today’s business leaders are carrying a heavier burden every day as the pace of business continues to accelerate. The 2018 Tax Reform Bill adds an enormous layer of additional complexity....

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Improve Decision Making with Data Visualization

Written by: Brian Billett & Howard Daniels, CSC Corptax

A picture is worth a thousand words. The ability to quickly access and visualize data in charts, graphs, tables, and maps empowers tax professionals to grasp real-time information at a glance and make strategic decisions....

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 2018 corporate tax forum

For Regular Member Companies

Please join us at the 5th Annual 2018 ACT Corporate Tax Forum being held November 2, 2018 in Chicago, IL at United Airlines' Willis Tower Office. There is no charge for this event, but you must register by clicking here

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Member spotlight

 Hamadi Bengabsia

Hamadi is the Vice President of Process and Technology at CBS Corporation with his area of expertise being Data integration between Finance and Tax, Compliance software (Corptax and OneSource)....


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ACT annual conference

Mark your calendars now!

The 2019 ACT Annual Conference will be May 20-22, 2019 at the Hilton Clearwater Beach Resort in Clearwater Beach, Florida.


This will be the only conference of its kind for Tax, Technology, and Tax Technology Professionals!


Registration will open in December!

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Interested in contributing an article? 
Please contact:
 Greg Sopin, Owens & Minor and ACT Publications Chair

Contact the ACT Staff:
Riza Cebula, Executive Director
Brenda Jameson, Director of Marketing and Development
 Donna Merritt, Administrative Co-ordinator
The TaxTech eNews is published by the Association for Computers & Taxation (ACT), a nonprofit organization.  Permission is required to reproduce in any form. Opinions expressed are solely the author's, and not the opinion of ACT. Send all editorial correspondence, manuscripts, etc. to: ACT, P.O. Box 1093, Warwick, NY 10990. Phone: 845-987-9690, fax -9704,
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