With a wide array of indirect taxes in the Americas region, the result is a disparate approach to managing them. In some cases, Global Heads of Indirect Tax may or may not have responsibility for the many different regimes spread across the region; and companies take different approaches, reflecting past practice (e.g., local country management). The increased focus on indirect tax globally, however, is turning the spotlight on this region and companies are beginning to consider alternative strategies. Global and Regional Heads of Indirect Tax, for example, are now gaining greater coverage of Latin America to meet the growing need for visibility and oversight in this complex and diverse area.Welcome to KPMG’s 2016 Americas Indirect Tax Country Guide which includes a summary of the indirect tax regimes of 30 countries in the Americas region. The information includes changes in key countries implementing new indirect tax systems, such as the Bahamas which introduced a value-added tax on 1 January 2015. The guide also includes contact information for the Global Indirect Tax Services country leaders in all of the countries included in the guide.
The countries featured in this guide include:
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