In the area of tax policy, Exchange of Information is a critical tool in assuring compliance with tax codes. As the as economy becomes increasingly globalized taxpayers gain greater freedom to move between countries and regions. Tax authorities, however, are restrained by national borders. In order for governments to ensure the proper application of their tax laws, the free and accurate exchange of information is critical.
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Chairman and CEO of LifeSite. Chris is a successful veteran entrepreneur and highly regarded strategist in the enterprise software industry. From business planning to capital investing, he has advised some of Silicon Valley's most successful tech companies, and his leadership credentials include Ooyala, Agile Software, PeopleSoft and his first start-up SkillsVillage.com. Chris is committed to making LifeSite the trusted leader in delivering smart and safe digital information solutions.
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