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Bridging the IT-Tax Compliance Gap

Better conversations reduce risk, uncover opportunities and solve problems.

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Tax Reporting for Cryptocurrency Exchanges

Sovos and CryptoTrader.Tax give concise and clear analysis of emerging guidance on tax reporting challenges and solutions for exchanges and traders.

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Crypto Tax Report 2020

The Blox & Sovos Crypto Tax Report 2020 – A report dedicated to addressing the immediate and future challenges for crypto tax and accounting professionals.

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Nexus vs. Residency: Your Guide to Error-free State Reporting

State reporting requirements vary drastically from state to state and are constantly changing. Get the complete guide to one of the most complex and time-consuming tax reporting obligations for your business.

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Benefits of a SaaS Solution for Insurance Statutory Reporting

Take an in-depth look at all the technological, operational and financial benefits of managing your insurance statutory reporting obligations with a SaaS solution.

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Trends: Insurance Premium Tax

Insurance Premium Tax (IPT) is constantly changing & provides challenges such as varying taxes, different rates and confusing deadlines. Insurers need to adapt to survive and prosper.

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Gotchas in Year-End Tax Reporting & Best Practices for Avoiding Them

Identify some of the most common hurdles and obstacles related to year-end-reporting, followed by the best practices to help your business avoid them.

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Online Reporting for Unclaimed Property

With each state, plus a few other areas, having its own rules for compliance, managing unclaimed property is massively complicated. Reporting online can ease a lot of the pain, but the process comes with challenges as well. Learn how to master online processing and stay compliant despite the murky regulations surrounding unclaimed property.

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By the Numbers: 1099-MISC Nonemployee Compensation Reporting

This is the first in a series of reports on 1099 reporting featuring numbers not available anywhere else. In this number-filled report, discover graphics with exclusive data from Sovos on 1099-MISC nonemployee compensation reporting and understand where the future of the form lies.

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The Dark Web: A Primer for Tax Reporting Professionals

Take a journey through the dark web and learn how to get to it, who is on it, what is available on it, how it works and how to keep your tax reporting information off of it. 

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Financial Institutions Struggle with New IRS Reporting Rules

Cheryl Riedlinger, tax counsel with The Tax Reporting Group, recently spoke with Sovos about issues affecting tax reporting at financial institutions. In this white paper, we delve into her perspectives on reporting trends.

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Aberdeen Report Reveals Pitfalls and Concerns with FATCA and CRS

A report from Aberdeen Group reveals that early FATCA filings didn’t exactly go as planned and details what financial professionals’ main concerns are about CRS and other compliance policies.

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First UK CRS Filing: Why Existing Processes Weren’t Good Enough for Many FIs

The first CRS filing in the UK was more difficult than many tax professionals at financial institutions anticipated. FIs will need to radically rethink processes to prepare for the next one.

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Sovos Corporate Best Practices Report

This report highlights the trends and best practices within the tax information reporting and compliance industry, specifically for corporate (non-financial) organizations. As the landscape of tax information reporting continues to expand with new regulatory requirements, as well as increased complexity of existing obligations, organizations are facing new and long-standing challenges to maintain compliance. This report covers these challenges and the best practices that businesses are implementing to simplify their processes and improve compliance.

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