The rise of indirect tax [INFOGRAPHIC]

September 5, 2013

Indirect taxes are booming. 

As they work to bring public finances under control, governments around the world are increasing VAT, excises and other indirect taxes. They see this as a straightforward way to raise additional revenue.

In the past, companies could afford to see indirect tax as an administrative issue. But the scale of the challenge has now become so great that many are rethinking this approach.

A critical element of this change is ensuring that there is much closer coordination between the tax function and the business. To learn more about indirect tax trends, see our infographic below and read articles from issue 08 of T Magazine.

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