Indirect taxes have evolved. For today’s businesses – especially those that operate globally – they are the biggest type of tax. Find out more in our infographic.
Watch a video interview with OECD’s Pascal Saint-Amans explaining the outlook for indirect tax.
As indirect taxes become a preferred revenue-raising tool for governments, global businesses need to react. Watch this animation for insights into the key implications.
Indirect tax can have a significant bearing on a company’s sales and profitability, but close relationships between tax teams and the rest of the business are rarely found.
The continent has had a good decade, with falling political and economic risks. But new administrative challenges are emerging for multinationals on the ground.
Managing an increasingly mobile workforce presents a new set of challenges to meet associated tax obligations for employee and employer alike.
Making the case for India’s intended introduction of a goods and services tax (GST).
Indirect taxes have risen to become the biggest type of tax that businesses deal with today. But few are fully prepared for this.
Global businesses are finding themselves increasingly reliant on technology in order to cope with indirect tax, but yesterday’s systems are no longer always adequate.
Director of Indirection Taxation for Philip Morris International (PMI) speaks about how the company manages its indirect tax risk profile.
Professor Ben Terra on the challenges of VAT reform within the European Union.
Exploring the systems, processes and skills needed for companies to effectively control their global indirect tax requirements.
Indirect taxes may be the difference between success or failure within mergers & acquisitions.
Chris Needham, GE’s Global VAT and GST Director, on how the multinational deals with its tax risk.
The OECD’s Pascal Saint-Amans and Piet Battiau on indirect tax trends and the implications for business.
Marina Wyatt, Chief Financial Officer of TomTom, talks to T Magazine about her company’s approach to indirect taxes.