Designing an indirect tax function that is fit for the future

Designing an indirect tax function

An array of internal and external forces is shaping the blueprints for tomorrow's ideal tax functions

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For today’s indirect tax leaders, the pace of change is quickening and complexity continues to escalate. Amid finance function transformations, evolving regulation, and rising tax audit pressure, indirect tax teams must manage huge volumes of data and reporting obligations from multiple sources and stakeholders to ensure compliance and, increasingly, to contribute strategic value. How can indirect tax executives guarantee their functions are designed to meet today’s demands and the challenges of the future?

Based on the work of leading global companies, designing a tax function that’s fit for purpose starts with a detailed examination of your indirect tax operating model.  Based on this analysis, you can chart your path toward an indirect tax function that’s built for success in the years to come.

To learn more, download a copy of ‘Designing an indirect tax function that is fit for the future’ the third article in the four-part Getting down to business with indirect tax series by KPMG’s Global Indirect Tax Services professionals. 

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