During any transitional period, Caius Tax Management Solutions can serve as your functional tax team while we assist with the design, development and transformation of your future tax department.
Find expert stability during transition
Caius brings deep experience in corporate transitions, with a mastery of the issues that arise and the multi-departmental relationships needed to streamline any transitional period. Our unmatched tax professionals and proven processes will help you excel across all tax functions for as long as you need.
A transitional tax process decades in the making
With decades of experience, the Caius tax experts have honed a proprietary process to ensure transitional tax excellence. Our first step is establishing a Tax Management Office (TMO) led by a TMO Director to get your tax department up and running.
To give your tax department the strong framework it needs moving forward, we monitor the flow of data, develop a tax calendar, and create customized, easily reviewable work papers.
Built-in, ongoing assessment and optimization
Simultaneously, we execute your core tax functions while collecting data to help us assess functions and work streams, and determine what technology solutions and protocols are needed to optimize critical tax functions.
Once we completely understand your business operations, we execute our plan to meet all tax deadlines at the pace of your transition.
Current assessment for future operations
With your future tax department in mind, Caius delivers turnkey systems and processes for all facets of your tax department operations, including:
Tax department management
Income tax accounting
Corporate tax compliance
Indirect tax services
We’ll ensure your new tax department is properly trained and features the right mix of internal and external team members to maintain smooth post-transition operations.
Caius provides transitional tax management expertise to a wide variety of businesses, including:
Companies undergoing a corporate transaction
Companies in need of an interim tax VP
Companies planning to spin-off or divest an entity of their business
Newly acquired companies