The Global View on Indirect Tax Compliance: A Global Research Study

A woman and a man in business attire sit at a table in a well-lit room, discussing data and tax compliance insights from the laptop that rests in front of the woman.

In today's globally connected environment, grasping the approaches businesses employ to meet the challenges of indirect tax compliance is crucial. Our extensive study gathered insights from 580 professionals who hold decision-making authority regarding indirect tax across a variety of regions including Belgium, the Netherlands, the DACH region (Germany, Austria, and Switzerland), the Nordics, Spain, France, the UK, Ireland, and the U.S.
The research covered a broad spectrum of topics, such as:

  • The strategies companies implement for tax compliance.
  • The perspective businesses hold towards risk management in taxation.
  • The significance of having skilled professionals dedicated to tax compliance.
  • The critical role of technology and the integrity of data in facilitating tax compliance.

This in-depth analysis aims to shed light on the intricate dynamics of navigating indirect tax regulations worldwide, emphasizing the essential tactics that businesses adopt to stay compliant, manage risks effectively, and leverage technology and talent to ensure the utmost accuracy in their tax affairs.

Take a look at our snapshot of our findings, or read the full report here


Compliance’s complexity: Attitudes and barriers to getting it right in indirect tax

In an increasingly interconnected world, understanding how businesses navigate the complex landscape of indirect tax compliance is paramount. Download the study and find out more on the regional discrepancies of tax compliance.

Vertex Compliance Efficiency