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May 15, 2019

Important announcement: Americas Tax Center Roundup moving to new EY delivery platform

Starting Monday, 20 May, the Americas Tax Center Roundup will be sent out through EY’s Tax News Update: Global Edition (GTNU) email subscription service. EY’s GTNU is a free, personalized email subscription service that allows you to receive EY Global Tax Alerts, newsletters, event notifications and Thought Leadership published across all areas of tax (corporate, indirect, and personal). 

For a short transitional period, we will be sending the ATC Roundup via both the GTNU and the current email distribution system, but we urge you to register for the GTNU platform as soon as possible (instructions below) in order to continue receiving the Roundup.

Already registered for GTNU?

If you have already registered for GTNU, go to “My subscriptions” on the Home Page, or click here for direct access to your subscription page. On the email profiling page, select the “Content and Geography” tab and scroll down to “Newsletters” and check “Americas Tax Center Roundup.” Don’t forget to hit “Save” at the bottom of the screen. You will receive the newsletter as soon as it is posted, via your email.

Need to register for GTNU?

To start a subscription to this free service, please register here: EY Tax News Update: Global Edition registration page. Please fill out all the information and go through all the steps. When you get to the “Content and Geography” tab, scroll down to “Newsletters” and check “Americas Tax Center Roundup,” in addition to any other content you would like to receive. IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER: After you complete your registration, you will receive a “finalize your registration” email from EY. Please open and accept our Privacy Notice Agreement in order to activate the registration and start receiving GTNU emails.

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