Technology and enforcement of global value added tax compliance
RECORDED WEBCAST |
Enhanced technology is pervasive in today’s business environment, and is increasingly being used by tax authorities to improve global tax collections.
Keenly aware they are losing substantial revenues in unremitted value-added tax (VAT), tax authorities are implementing software solutions and rigorous data submission requirements to combat losses. U.S. companies operating abroad should understand and prepare for the significant changes to global VAT compliance management.
Listen to this 60-minute recorded webcast where RSM professionals addressed the following:
- Enhanced data submission requirements
- Making Tax Digital compliance requirements in the U.K. (effective April 1, 2019)
- Key changes in Italy, Spain, Hungary and Poland
After attending this course, participants will be able to articulate how technology is driving change in the collection of global-value added taxes and ways to mitigate risk.
CPE credit available
RSM US LLP is pleased to offer one CPE credit for attending this live webcast. To qualify, you must log in to the webcast and provide your first name, last name and email address. You must remain logged in for a minimum of 50 minutes and answer 75 percent of the polling questions to receive credit. Group CPE is not available. For more information regarding administrative policies, such as refunds, cancellations and complaints, please contact us.
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Advance preparation: None | Program level: Basic | Prerequisites: None | Delivery method: Group internet-based
Field of study: Taxes | CPE: One credit