In this fourth edition of our Africa Tax Quarterly Newsletter, we look at Tax Reimagined in practice.
Right now the focus of the world and all resources are directed toward responding to the Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), rightfully so. As governments continue to grapple with the health crisis and economic fallout, companies are dealing with a myriad of business continuity issues including the impact on their people, their clients and communities, disruptions in supply chains and having to manage cash flow under stress.
Our primary responsibility during this time is to listen to the health experts and our governments by staying home and staying safe. With many of us working from home, it is an opportunity to reflect on what is within our control in the our areas of expertise. Resilience within the tax function would be top of mind, which is where the Tax Reimagined conversation starts.
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