IE travels to Santiago to meet Ricardo Escobar, Commissioner of Chile’s Internal Revenue Service, which has succeeded in getting an astonishing 98% of the country’s population to file their taxes online.
Wasnt that hard to start the project of e-taxation here in Chile. We like to do everything online (if we can), from ordering fast food to pay goverment Taxes. Last Tax season (2011) I think we reach almost the 99% of the people who did it online, since is easier and you can choose how to receive your tax devolution.
Steve, I keep on thinking of your interview. Next time I go to the tax office, which is quite soon, I'll conduct a little investigation to see what they think about e-taxation and will share my findings here.
Alistair Rennie, general manager of social business at IBM, discusses what it means to become a social business, what makes for a successful social strategy, and how social improves the enterprise and customer relationships.
Sean Hogan, vice president of global healthcare delivery systems at IBM, discusses the fundamental shift happening in healthcare today, how this is impacting businesses, and the role IT plays in this transformation.
Congress is considering a bill to extend a moratorium on Internet regulation changes for two years. But with issues like service quality, cloud performance, and privacy looming, we risk contaminating the Internet with fraud.
The new Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) initiative of operators is being run out of Europe's ETSI and not here in the United States, even though the issues have been here for five years. The US needs to step up; otherwise, it's surrendering leadership.
Healthcare providers have been moving to telemedicine treatments, where the patient and doctor can meet online, but insurance carriers are not required to pay for such treatments. This may change, though, as Maryland recently passed a law mandating that insurers pay up.
US counterterrorism expert Richard Clarke, who came to prominence with his prescient warnings before the 9/11 attacks, tells Smithsonian Magazine the US was responsible for the Stuxnet supersmart worm that attacked parts of nuclear reactors in Iran – and in the process, has given away one of the world's most sophisticated cyberweapons.
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