Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting and KPMG are collaborating on a content platform to expand their thought leadership offerings to tax and audit professionals.
Wolters Kluwer’s CCH AnswerConnect tax resource platform will host content from KPMG TaxNewsFlash, which offers content authored by the Big Four firm’s Washington national tax professionals who are experienced in drafting tax laws and regulations. Additionally, the Wolters Kluwer CCH Accounting Research Manager platform will host “KPMG Audit Insights,” a series of articles covering the latest trends in the profession including environmental, social and governance issues, new regulations, and technology trends.
The enhanced platforms will offer a wider view of current legislative and regulatory updates along with explanations, cases and IRS publications and forms that businesses can use for planning and strategizing.
“Our partnership with KPMG demonstrates our commitment to ensure customers have easy access to guidance and perspective from the best and brightest in the industry,” said Renee Davis Malott, vice president of global accounts at Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting, in a statement. “Bringing key KPMG thought leadership into our powerful research platforms extends the depth and breadth of valuable insights to our customers.”
CCH AnswerConnect subscribers can access KPMG TaxNewsFlash on the News tab, and CCH Accounting Research Manager subscribers can access KPMG Audit Insights on the homepage.
“KPMG and Wolters Kluwer are on a mission to help business leaders stay abreast of the evolving tax landscape in order to anticipate impact and enable sound decisions,” said Manal Corwin, principal in charge, Washington national tax, at KPMG, in a statement. “By combining Wolters Kluwer’s suite of knowledge-based tools with the tax technical knowledge and experience of KPMG Washington national tax we are able to share timely legislative, regulatory and global updates that equip companies with valuable insights to support business needs and inform effective engagement.”