Canada operates within a complex indirect tax system. While some provinces have harmonization between federal and local indirect taxes, others operate with two systems in parallel. The lack of indirect tax harmonization can make it difficult for domestic and foreign corporations to operate in Canada.
Tax and export compliance also extends outside of Canadian borders. Governments worldwide use indirect taxes as a source of income, which leaves companies in Canada with complicated and fast-changing indirect tax compliance requirements. How can businesses that wish to successfully expand their operation or export goods juggle the time and resources to stay on top of indirect tax compliance changes?
PricewaterhouseCoopers can help these companies formulate, implement and manage their indirect tax blueprint. Our global and Canadian network allows us to work closely across provincial and international borders to help companies with tax and customs issues including the following:
How PricewaterhouseCoopers can help
We have more than 1,600 indirect tax professionals in 118 countries worldwide. Our integrated approach means you have access to income tax, transfer pricing, sales tax and trade professionals who will provide you with informed and up-to-date knowledge of Canada’s tax landscape.