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Broadridge Financial Solutions’ Tax Form Plus (TFP) solution is now available to all securities brokers and dealers, regardless of their back office operating platform.

TFP helps firms more efficiently manage their tax reporting requirements while automating data collection, composition, and delivery of client communications (print and digital formats supported).
 
The TFP solution allows companies to reduce risk and institutionalise tax operations while streamlining the composition, print and mail processes. It also enables firms to provide real-time reporting to account holders when amendments, such as distribution amounts, are made to financial information on tax forms.
 
Broadridge's non-proprietary approach means any securities broker or dealer can use TFP solutions regardless of the back office operating platform they are currently using. 
 
"Broadridge's tax management and distribution capabilities combine innovative technology with more than 50 years of experience, up-to-date knowledge of tax reporting operations and requirements, as well as a proprietary transition methodology to reliably and cost-effectively manage a firm's and its clients' tax needs," says Michael Dignam, president, Broadridge Financial Solutions (Canada).
 
Companies who also keep their book of records with Broadridge will find this platform to be particularly effective through integrated quick and easy data transfers while eliminating the need for additional steps.  

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