Changes in EU regulations concerning VAT have a direct impact on your national and cross-border transactions. In addition, changes in e.g. supervision-related rules for your sector affect your VAT position. And if you transform your organisation or business, this also has implications for your indirect taxes. How can you remain compliant in these changing circumstances?
A straightforward dashboard, with drilldown and export options, provides a live status overview instantly which is aligned with the Custom Authorities' approach.
People who do business abroad are bound to encounter customs formalities as well as import and excise duties Due to a wide range of rules and interpretations, it is difficult for entrepreneurs to always be aware of every fiscal consequence. And that's where the customs specialists at PwC can help you. They will work with you to reduce costs and improve your logistical process.
VAT is an integral part of most business processes; from procurement and sales to logistics. Companies are increasingly relying on Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems for their VAT reports. Such systems include SAP, Oracle, JDEdwards and PeopleSoft.
By optimising your ERP systems and processes, you can get a better grip on your VAT calculations and VAT compliance. The specialists in our Indirect Tax - Technology, Process and Controls group (ITX TPC) will not only help you to implement an ERP system, but will offer advice about how your existing systems can be improved.
We use data analyses and sampling to evaluate VAT administration. They are efficient instruments that lead to reliable results, which in-turn lead to specific and measurable recommendations.
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