In light of the persistence of the pandemic, finance executives and the teams they lead have been able to apply the hindsight they gained in 2020. With regard to sales and use tax in particular, finance teams recognize they need to remain attentive and responsive amid an accelerated pace of changes to filing deadlines and requirements among states and other taxing jurisdictions throughout the U.S.
Yet many finance executives risk overlooking changes that concern indirect tax outside the U.S., especially following the U.K.'s departure from the European Union at the start of 2021. More broadly, many finance executives lack a framework for planning for indirect tax that factors in goods and services taxes (GST) or value-added taxes (VAT) in the countries, as well as local taxing jurisdictions within the countries, where they conduct business. In this webcast, learn how to develop a comprehensive approach to managing global indirect tax, including how to:
Navigate increasingly complex indirect tax regulations in multiple languages both within individual countries and throughout their respective taxing jurisdictions.
Identify and overcome organizational and technological obstacles that prevent your company from staying on top of GST and VAT rules in the countries where your company does business.
Assess and mitigate risks of noncompliance and vulnerability to audits.
Establish a global framework that enables your company not only to comply with current regulations but also prepare carefully and efficiently before new regulations go into effect.
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