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Getting down to Business with Indirect Tax

Getting down to Business with Indirect Tax

In this publication, you’ll find clear, practical answers to these questions and more. This set of articles from the series Getting down to business with indirect tax are based on ideas and solutions discussed by indirect tax executives attending KPMG International’s 2016 KPMG Global Indirect Tax Forum in Barcelona, together with senior indirect tax professionals with the member firms of KPMG International worldwide.

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In this publication, you’ll find clear, practical answers to these questions and more. This set of articles from the series Getting down to business with indirect tax are based on ideas and solutions discussed by indirect tax executives attending KPMG International’s 2016 KPMG Global Indirect Tax Forum in Barcelona, together with senior indirect tax professionals with the member firms of KPMG International worldwide. 

Collectively, the articles in these pages show how a transformative approach to aspects of indirect tax compliance can deliver efficiencies, reduce risk and improve cash flow. In short, you’ll learn how getting down to business with indirect tax can up the profile of indirect tax leaders as strategic advisors who boost their organization’s value.

Looking ahead, more indirect tax changes are set to reshape the landscape. These include:

  • a new nationwide GST system set to replace a host of existing indirect taxes in India as of 1 July 2017;
  • a harmonized VAT system being introduced in 2018 by members of the Gulf Cooperation Council (Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Kuwait);
  • a sweeping review aimed at modernizing the European Union’s VAT system, as called for in the EU’s 2016 VAT Action Plan; and
  • uncertain impacts on cross-border commerce arising from the UK’s pending exit from the EU and the new US administration’s stance toward trade.

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