The global tax environment is in a state of fast change. A shift to indirect taxes represents the global trend and combat tax evasion and VAT fraud a high priority. Driving indirect tax management therefore becomes more and more important.
The key to success in the management is the ability to translate indirect tax knowledge into a workable business process.
Our aim is to share our expertise with you through the Global Indirect Tax Management website, to create and share current state benchmarking knowledge, to inspire and also challenge your department functions through offering modules that can be used to scope process gaps from an indirect tax perspective.
Global Indirect Tax Management website
- A roadmap to indirect tax function effectiveness:
- Why is management necessary and what needs to be done?
- How to realize objectives via best practice approaches, tools and methodology
- How to increase indirect tax function effectiveness
- Realize senior management buy-in
- Write a business case, problem statement and calculate Return on Investment
Non routine or substantial transactions
- Migration to new jurisdictions
- Change of a company’s business model
- The intersection of VAT and shared service centers?
- M&A integration and indirect tax: managing the moving parts before, during, and after a transaction
Tax risk management
- Tax trends
- The changing tax world and taxpayer’s impact
- Planning of non-routine transactions
- Indirect tax strategic plan
- Tax control framework
- Structure the tax function
- Risk management
- BEPS Final Reports
- BEPS and Indirect Tax
- EU – Public consultation on further corporate tax transparency
- Improving large business compliance
- UK Tax administration: large businesses transparency strategy
- Examples of public Fiscal Transparency statements
- The Tax Transparency Benchmark 2015
- Enhanced relationships – background and local developments
- Singapore – Enhanced Taxpayer Relationship (ETR)
- The Australian Tax Office
- Spreadsheets and VAT Compliance
- SAP review
- SAP implementation,
- ERP systems and tax engines
- When is standard SAP (in)sufficient?
- SAP and triangulation
- Indicate import and export during chain transactions
- SAP and ‘plants abroad
- SAP checklist for VAT rate change
- Everything you always wanted to know about VAT in SAP * but were not aware to ask
- Tax engines questions to ask before you commit
- Reporting functionality for VAT, EC sales lists and Intrastat and SAP
- Intrastat and SAP