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2011-2012 Corporate Tax Department Survey - Book only - Non-Member Rate

2011-2012 Corporate Tax Department Survey - Book only - Non-Member Rate

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The results of TEI’s recent survey on the structure and size of corporate tax departments. More than 500 Chief Tax Officers completed the survey, which updates a 2004-2005 study, producing a report ...
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The results of TEI’s recent survey on the structure and size of corporate tax departments.  More than 500 Chief Tax Officers completed the survey, which updates a 2004-2005 study, producing a report in respect of which the standard of error at the 95% confidence level is +/- 4.3%. 

 

Major findings of the study include:

 

·       Performance Management:  The most common measurement used to evaluate the tax department’s performance was a “lack of surprises” (72%).  More than half of survey respondents reported using as measures: the results of audits (60%), meeting compliance deadlines (59%), cash taxes (57%), effective tax rates (53%), measurable tax project objectives (53%), and staying within the department budget (51%). 

 

·       Significant Deficiency/Material Weakness: Fourteen percent (14%) reported that the company received a significant deficiency or material weakness from its financial statement auditors with respect to tax in the past 5 years.  Among them, a substantial majority (70%) were able to remediate the deficiency or weakness in 1 year or less.

 

·       Senior Tax Executive: Similar to the 2004-2005 survey, the majority of senior tax executives have the title “Director of Tax/Corporate Tax Director” (39%) or “Vice President” (39%).  Two-thirds (67%) of Senior Tax Executives report directly to the company’s Chief Financial Officer (64% did so among respondents in the 2004-2005 survey). 

 

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