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How to strike a balance between Excel & tax automation technology

Promoted by Thomson Reuters.

Learn how complimenting your current processes with the right tax and accounting technology tools can easily deliver accurate tax compliance and reporting.

Sponsored Features Thomson Reuters 10 December 2018
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A lot has happened since Excel was launched in 1985. As tax compliance and reporting has become more onerous and time consuming, an array of sophisticated accounting software options have entered the market to help businesses focus on their core strengths.

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