Corporate Tax Software Market Future, Revenue, Major Manufacturers, Top Countries and …

… Market Leading Player: TurboTax Business, Avalara, Vertex, H&R Block, TaxJar, Bloomberg Tax Fixed Assets, inDinero, Corptax, Credit Karma.

Los Angeles, United State, August 13, 2019, – The global Corporate Tax Software market is carefully researched in the report while largely concentrating on top players and their business tactics, geographical expansion, market segments, competitive landscape, manufacturing, and pricing and cost structures. Each section of the research study is specially prepared to explore key aspects of the global Corporate Tax Software market. For instance, the market dynamics section digs deep into the drivers, restraints, trends, and opportunities of the global Corporate Tax Software Market. With qualitative and quantitative analysis, we help you with thorough and comprehensive research on the global Corporate Tax Software market. We have also focused on SWOT, PESTLE, and Porter’s Five Forces analyses of the global Corporate Tax Software market.

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Each segment of the global Corporate Tax Software market is extensively evaluated in the research study. The segmental analysis offered in the report pinpoints key opportunities available in the global Corporate Tax Software market through leading segments. The regional study of the global Corporate Tax Software market included in the report helps readers to gain a sound understanding of the development of different geographical markets in recent years and also going forth. We have provided a detailed study on the critical dynamics of the global Corporate Tax Software market, which include the market influence and market effect factors, drivers, challenges, restraints, trends, and prospects. The research study also includes other types of analysis such as qualitative and quantitative.

Global Corporate Tax Software Market: Competitive Rivalry

The chapter on company profiles studies the various companies operating in the global Corporate Tax Software market. It evaluates the financial outlooks of these companies, their research and development statuses, and their expansion strategies for the coming years. Analysts have also provided a detailed list of the strategic initiatives taken by the Corporate Tax Software market participants in the past few years to remain ahead of the competition.

Corporate Tax Software Market Leading Player: TurboTax Business, Avalara, Vertex, H&R Block, TaxJar, Bloomberg Tax Fixed Assets, inDinero, Corptax, Credit Karma

Corporate Tax Software Segmentation by Product: Cloud Based, Web Based

Corporate Tax Software Segmentation by Application: Large Enterprises, SMEs

Global Corporate Tax Software Market: Regional Segments

The Middle East and Africa (GCC Countries and Egypt)

North America (the United States, Mexico, and Canada)

South America (Brazil etc.)

Europe (Turkey, Germany, Russia UK, Italy, France, etc.)

Asia-Pacific (Vietnam, China, Malaysia, Japan, Philippines, Korea, Thailand, India, Indonesia, and Australia)

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Report Highlights

1. Comprehensive pricing analysis on the basis of product, application, and regional segments

2. The detailed assessment of the vendor landscape and leading companies to help understand the level of competition in the global Corporate Tax Software market

3. Deep insights about regulatory and investment scenarios of the global Corporate Tax Software market

4. Analysis of market effect factors and their impact on the forecast and outlook of the global Corporate Tax Software market

5. A roadmap of growth opportunities available in the global Corporate Tax Software market with the identification of key factors

6. The exhaustive analysis of various trends of the global Corporate Tax Software market to help identify market developments

Table of Contents

Report Overview: It includes major players of the global Corporate Tax Software market covered in the research study, research scope, market segments by type, market segments by application, years considered for the research study, and objectives of the report.

Global Growth Trends: This section focuses on industry trends where market drivers and top market trends are shed light upon. It also provides growth rates of key producers operating in the global Corporate Tax Software market. Furthermore, it offers production and capacity analysis where marketing pricing trends, capacity, production, and production value of the global Corporate Tax Software market are discussed.

Market Share by Manufacturers: Here, the report provides details about revenue by manufacturers, production and capacity by manufacturers, price by manufacturers, expansion plans, mergers and acquisitions, and products, market entry dates, distribution, and market areas of key manufacturers.

Market Size by Type: This section concentrates on product type segments where production value market share, price, and production market share by product type are discussed.

Market Size by Application: Besides an overview of the global Corporate Tax Software market by application, it gives a study on the consumption in the global Corporate Tax Software market by application.

Production by Region: Here, the production value growth rate, production growth rate, import and export, and key players of each regional market are provided.

Consumption by Region: This section provides information on the consumption in each regional market studied in the report. The consumption is discussed on the basis of country, application, and product type.

Company Profiles: Almost all leading players of the global Corporate Tax Software market are profiled in this section. The analysts have provided information about their recent developments in the global Corporate Tax Software market, products, revenue, production, business, and company.

Market Forecast by Production: The production and production value forecasts included in this section are for the global Corporate Tax Software market as well as for key regional markets.

Market Forecast by Consumption: The consumption and consumption value forecasts included in this section are for the global Corporate Tax Software market as well as for key regional markets.

Value Chain and Sales Analysis: It deeply analyzes customers, distributors, sales channels, and value chain of the global Corporate Tax Software market.

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Corporate Tax Software Market Demand, Size and Growth Forecasts to 2025

… Software Market: TurboTax Business, Avalara, Vertex, H&R Block, TaxJar, Bloomberg Tax Fixed Assets, inDinero, Corptax, Credit Karma, and others …

The report presents an in-depth assessment of the Corporate Tax Software Market including enabling technologies, key trends, market drivers, challenges, standardization, regulatory landscape, deployment models, operator case studies, opportunities, future roadmap, value chain, ecosystem player profiles and strategies. The report also presents forecasts for Corporate Tax Software investments from 2019 till 2025.

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The report presents the market competitive landscape and a corresponding detailed analysis of the major vendor/key players in the market. Top Companies in the Global Corporate Tax Software Market: TurboTax Business, Avalara, Vertex, H&R Block, TaxJar, Bloomberg Tax Fixed Assets, inDinero, Corptax, Credit Karma, and others.

Global Corporate Tax Software Market Split by Product Type and Applications:

This report segments the global Corporate Tax Software market on the basis ofTypesare:

Cloud-based

Web-Based.

On the basis of Application/End-User, the Global Corporate Tax Software market is segmented into:

Large Enterprises

SMEs.

Regional Analysis For Corporate Tax Software Market:

The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the North America, Europe, China, Japan, Middle East & Africa, India, South America, Others. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2019 through 2024. Also, a five-year historic analysis is provided for these markets. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research.

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-Detailed study of business strategies for growth of the Corporate Tax Software market-leading players.

-Conclusive study about the growth plot of Corporate Tax Software market for forthcoming years.

-In-depth understanding of Corporate Tax Software market-particular drivers, constraints and major micro markets.

-Favourable impression inside vital technological and market latest trends striking the Corporate Tax Software market.

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-Key Strategic Developments: The study also includes the key strategic developments of the market, comprising R&D, new product launch, M&A, agreements, collaborations, partnerships, joint ventures, and regional growth of the leading competitors operating in the market on a global and regional scale.

-Key Market Features: The report evaluated key market features, including revenue, price, capacity, capacity utilization rate, gross, production, production rate, consumption, import/export, supply/demand, cost, market share, CAGR, and gross margin. In addition, the study offers a comprehensive study of the key market dynamics and their latest trends, along with pertinent market segments and sub-segments.

-Analytical Tools: The Global Corporate Tax Software Market report includes the accurately studied and assessed data of the key industry players and their scope in the market by means of a number of analytical tools. The analytical tools such as Porter’s five forces analysis, SWOT analysis, feasibility study, and investment return analysis have been used to analyze the growth of the key players operating in the market.

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SoftBank cuts Japan tax bill to zero with Arm transfer to Vision Fund

TOKYO — SoftBank Group paid no tax in Japan last year thanks to a series of complex paper transactions to transfer a stake in its U.K. chip designing …

TOKYO — SoftBank Group paid no tax in Japan last year thanks to a series of complex paper transactions to transfer a stake in its U.K. chip designing subsidiary Arm Holdings to the near $100 billion Vision Fund.

The world’s biggest tech investor accumulated tax benefits worth billions of dollars from the reshuffling of its Arm assets just before its year end, drawing the attention of tax authorities who launched an investigation into the transactions. As reported by Nikkei in June, authorities found no wrong-doing but SoftBank was forced to revise its tax filings after they demanded that some of the tax losses recorded on the transactions should be booked at a later date.

The actual savings are hard to quantify. But based on SoftBank’s effective statutory income tax rate of about 31% in the fiscal year to March 2018, and on declared tax losses of 2 trillion yen as a result of the transactions, the theoretical tax savings potentially totaled more than 600 billion yen. The group recorded a consolidated net profit that year of more than 1 trillion yen.

News that the company, which last month launched a second $100 billion Vision Fund, has cut its tax bill to zero thanks to loopholes in Japanese tax rules is likely to fuel calls for tighter regulations. The taxation of large multinational companies has become a global issue with the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development estimating that some $240 billion is lost every year in tax revenues due to legal tax avoidance.

SoftBank said it “carried out appropriate procedures in accordance with the tax law.” The transactions were “intended to realize an optimum capital relationship in overseas operations.”.

The transactions involved the restructuring of its ownership of Arm Holdings, acquired for 24.3 billion pounds ($31 billion) in September 2016, in a bid to satisfy commitments to the Vision Fund worth $8.2 billion.

Arm’s value largely resided in an operating subsidiary, Arm Limited. On March 23, 2018, the parent Arm Holdings, now renamed SVF Holdco, transferred 75% of its shares in Arm Limited as a dividend in kind to SoftBank, according to U.K. filings and people familiar with the matter.

Under Japanese tax law, 95% of dividends from overseas subsidiaries are exempt from tax. That meant SoftBank paid little tax for the transfer of Arm Limited shares.

On the same day, SoftBank transferred about 78% of SVF Holdco — which now only held 25% of Arm Limited — to entities including the Vision Fund. The remaining stake was transferred at a later date.

As a result of the dividend payout, the market value of the Arm parent was some 2 trillion yen less than the book value, resulting in a “transfer” loss under Japanese accounting rules, people familiar with the matter said. The loss was only partially offset by income generated elsewhere. As a result, SoftBank was able to offset the remaining losses against any tax due for the year ended March 2018.

It is not clear how much of the tax loss was used in the year to March 2018. Tax losses can also be used to offset income in subsequent reporting years.

Analysts said the transactions highlighted vulnerabilities in Japanese tax law, such as a lack of flexibility on adjusting book value. Even though a big chunk of Arm Holdings’ value was shifted to another SoftBank entity, the book value at the time of acquisition had to be maintained. When the remaining Arm stake was transferred to the Vision Fund, the difference between the book value and the market value was recorded as a loss.

“The current law does not have provisions that require the book value of [Arm Holdings] to be adjusted appropriately,” said Norimasa Yamada, tax specialist at Ampersand, the accountancy firm. “As a result, an inappropriate transfer loss was produced.”

This is not the first time SoftBank and its group companies have run into a tussle with tax authorities. In 2009, SoftBank affiliate Yahoo Japan bought data center operator SoftBank IDC Solutions from SoftBank. SoftBank IDC losses were used to offset Yahoo profits but the Tokyo Regional Tax Bureau rejected the move. It ordered SoftBank to pay back taxes. Yahoo contested the decision but eventually lost the case in a Supreme Court ruling.

SoftBank has maintained that like many multinational corporations, tax planning is part of doing business. The conglomerate has historically been hungry for cash to make its huge bets in the telecommunications and IT sectors. It is currently on a spending spree buying stakes in the world’s leading technology companies through the Vision Fund, which is managed by SoftBank subsidiaries and in which it is a major investor.

In May, Yahoo Japan announced that it would buy back its own shares from a wholly-owned subsidiary of SoftBank before issuing new shares to SoftBank Corp, the recently listed mobile arm of SoftBank. While the deal was in effect a sale of Yahoo shares to SoftBank Corp, the two-step process gave SoftBank a major tax benefit as the majority of the proceeds from the buyback were tax exempt.

“It is important to give back to the many people in Japan, and it is also important to contribute to society,” SoftBank founder and CEO Masayoshi Son said during a shareholders’ meeting in June. “On the other hand, investors around the world, according to rules around the world, also save tax legally. While considering the balance between the two sides, we will try to save tax within the legal boundaries.”

SoftBank’s shares were trading at around 5,200 yen on Tuesday, mostly unchanged since Nikkei reported in June 19 that SoftBank had revised its tax return. Investors were unlikely to be overly concerned by the tax investigation, one analyst said. “Its current stock price is more influenced by the external environment” such as the U.S.-China trade battle, said one Japanese equity strategist.

However, the global controversy over corporate taxation could prompt SoftBank to change its approach, another analyst said. The greater scrutiny “might make SoftBank more cautious in how it recognizes gains etc from Vision Fund.”

The latest case could spark debate over current rules. In the past controversy over corporate tax avoidance has prompted change. IBM Japan’s use of share buybacks through a holding company to minimize its tax bills led to reforms that in effect banned such practices inside the country.

SoftBank’s transaction may raise questions over restructuring practices. Western countries have general anti-avoidance rules (GAAR) that allow the tax authorities to react to excessive tax avoidance. “Japan also needs discussions on the introduction of a GAAR, and the conditions for applying such a rule should also be made clear,” said Shigeki Morinobu, chief research officer at the Tokyo Foundation for Policy Research.

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Corporate Tax Software Market Size Outlook 2025: Top Companies, Trends, Growth Factors …

… of companies such as TurboTax Business, Avalara, Vertex, H&R Block, TaxJar, Bloomberg Tax Fixed Assets, inDinero, Corptax and Credit Karma.

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According to this study, over the next five years the Corporate Tax Software market will register a xx% CAGR in terms of revenue, the global market size will reach US$ xx million by 2024, from US$ xx million in 2019.

The Corporate Tax Software market research study focuses on delivering an intensive analysis of this industry, projecting the business vertical to accumulate substantial returns by the end of the anticipated duration, while recording a commendable growth rate over the forecast timeframe. The report elucidates an in-depth outline of this business sphere, including pivotal details with respect to the remuneration currently held by the Corporate Tax Software market. The study also encompasses the industry segmentation in exceptional detail, alongside the various growth opportunities that this vertical is indicative of.

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What does the Corporate Tax Software market study enumerate considering the competitive spectrum of the industry?

  • The research study on the Corporate Tax Software market analysis provides a detailed brief regarding the competitive spectrum of the industry, that is inclusive of companies such as TurboTax Business, Avalara, Vertex, H&R Block, TaxJar, Bloomberg Tax Fixed Assets, inDinero, Corptax and Credit Karma.
  • Detailed information with respect to the distribution and sales area parameters have been provided in the study, and other details about vendors – such as the firm profile and numerous manufactured products, have also been delivered.
  • The report mentions the aspects of product sales, price models, revenue accrued, and profit margins.

What does the Corporate Tax Software market study enumerate considering the regional spectrum of the industry?

  • With regards to the geographical scope of the industry, the Corporate Tax Software market growth has been segregated into Americas, APAC, Europe, Middle East & Africa by the report in question.
  • Substantial information about the product consumption across the numerous regions and the valuation accrued by these geographies has been mentioned in the study.
  • The study concentrates on providing details about the consumption market share spanning these regions, not to mention, the market share held by every geography and the growth rate of product consumption as well.

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What does the Corporate Tax Software market study enumerate considering the segmentation of the industry?

  • With regards to the product landscape, the report segments the Corporate Tax Software market into Cloud Based and Web Based.
  • Substantial details about the market share accounted for by each product type and the estimated remuneration of the product segment have been mentioned.
  • The report is inclusive of information pertaining to the product consumption and product sales price.
  • In terms of the application landscape, the Corporate Tax Software market study segments the industry into Large Enterprises and SMEs.
  • The reports specifies the market share that each application accounts for and the predicted remuneration of the application segments.

What does the Corporate Tax Software market study enumerate considering the drivers & challenges of the industry?

  • The report elaborates on the driving parameters influencing the commercialization graph of this business space.
  • Alongside, the research study on the Corporate Tax Software market size is also inclusive of the many challenges that this business vertical represents and the impact they may have on the industry trends.
  • Another essential details that the report focuses on is the market concentration ratio over the projected timeline.

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Some of the Major Highlights of TOC covers:

Corporate Tax Software Regional Market Analysis

  • Corporate Tax Software Production by Regions
  • Global Corporate Tax Software Production by Regions
  • Global Corporate Tax Software Revenue by Regions
  • Corporate Tax Software Consumption by Regions

Corporate Tax Software Segment Market Analysis (by Type)

  • Global Corporate Tax Software Production by Type
  • Global Corporate Tax Software Revenue by Type
  • Corporate Tax Software Price by Type

Corporate Tax Software Segment Market Analysis (by Application)

  • Global Corporate Tax Software Consumption by Application
  • Global Corporate Tax Software Consumption Market Share by Application (2014-2019)

Corporate Tax Software Major Manufacturers Analysis

  • Corporate Tax Software Production Sites and Area Served
  • Product Introduction, Application and Specification
  • Corporate Tax Software Production, Revenue, Ex-factory Price and Gross Margin (2014-2019)
  • Main Business and Markets Served

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UPDATE 1-Trump’s tariff threat stokes bets on more US rate cuts

… now see a 70% chance the Fed would lower rates again in September, up from 51% late on Wednesday, CME Group’s FedWatch tool showed.

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By Ann Saphir and Richard Leong

Aug 1 (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision Thursday to impose new tariffs on Chinese imports has once more thrown the Federal Reserve a curve ball that may force the central bank to again cut interest rates to protect the U.S. economy from trade-policy risks. In a series of tweets, Trump said he will slap 10% tariffs on $300 billion of Chinese imports starting Sept. 1.

Trump announced a first tranche of duties, of 25% on $200 billion of Chinese goods, in May. The tariffs are aimed at putting pressure on the world’s second biggest economy to strike a trade deal.

The drag those tariffs and other Trump trade policies have had on business sentiment and investment was a key driver of the Fed’s decision this week to cut interest rates for the first time since the financial crisis.

Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said he viewed the cut as an insurance policy against the effects of trade uncertainty, weak global growth and low inflation, calling it a “mid-cycle adjustment” and not a start to a lengthy rate-cutting cycle.

If trade troubles deepen into a full blown trade war, DRW Holdings analyst Lou Brien said, “Any further Fed rate cuts will no longer be considered mid-course adjustments so much as they will be thought of as necessities to prevent a recession.”

Traders are betting the new tariffs make a longer rate-cutting cycle more likely.

U.S. interest rate futures rallied as traders piled on bets that the central bank will cut rates two more times by year’s end and reduce them further next year to offset risks from the escalating trade war.

Fed funds futures implied traders now see a 70% chance the Fed would lower rates again in September, up from 51% late on Wednesday, CME Group’s FedWatch tool showed.

The fed funds complex suggested traders are rebuilding bets on a possible third rate cut by year-end with an implied 60% chance for such a move, up from 39% late Wednesday.

“The key word is ‘uncertainty,” said Richard Bernstein, chief executive at Richard Bernstein Advisors in New York. “Uncertainty acts like the Fed tightening. It raises risk premiums and stymies activity. Full stop.”

Additional reporting by Richard Leong; editing by LeslieAdler, Tom Brown and Cynthia Osterman

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