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September 19, 2014
By Frederic Portal, Ataway Director of Strategy & Alliance

PeopleSoft Global Payroll solution improves control over all aspects of your worldwide payroll operations, allows best practices to be replicated across the enterprise, and increases visibility into individual country activities. PeopleSoft Global Payroll delivers a rules-based payroll management system that is scalable platform with an ever growing list of country extensions enable you produce multinational payrolls that fully comply with local requirements. PeopleSoft Global Payroll also provide senior management with greater insight into payroll expenses by country.

This blog post is going to highlight few of the changes that happen this summer and impact your Country Extentions.

August 29, 2014
By Diana Cristina Rodriguez Castillo, Ataway Electronic Accounting Specialist

Working in LATAM you already know that for audit purpose and to reduce tax evasion, a lot of countries had implemented signing on XML with a corresponding reporting element. Brazil for example have the Nota Fiscal and SPED, Chile create DTE and Libros, so it was expected that the Mexican Tax Authorities develop and implement something, now they have CFDI and electronic books. All those countries also implemented a penalty system in case organization are not complying.

As part of the 2014 Mexican tax reform, the Mexican government published a new rule requiring that taxpayers electronically submit monthly accounting information in accordance with rules. 

July 12, 2013
By Frederic Portal, Ataway Director of Strategy and Alliance

A new program to revise the current tax audit rules and procedures will extend to all taxpayers in France beginning in 2014. Will your business be prepared for the switch?

Today, almost all companies keep their accounts on a computer. The last French government supplementary budget for 2012, published on December 29, substantially amends the rules of tax audits for companies that keep their accounts on a computer. The new regulations will go into effect January 1, 2014, and any company with a computerized accounting system that is subject to a tax audit will be required to transmit its data administration in the form of computer files.

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