In a global environment characterised by the increasing popularity of VAT and other indirect taxes— and complicated by new regulations and capital requirements—it is more critical than ever to manage your indirect taxes with an eye toward optimising cash flow and reducing risk.
PwC has the team, the tools and the multi-disciplinary approach to deliver the solutions you need today, and face the indirect tax challenges of tomorrow.
VAT and other indirect taxes are becoming a bigger focus for companies today for a number of reasons:
To make sure that you're managing the increasing needs for indirect tax compliance, we have teams, tools and the multi-disciplinary approach to deliver the solutions you need today, and face the indirect tax challenges of tomorrow.
What we offer
Value added to your business
We see indirect tax management as being subject to, and indivisible from, a continuous improvement process. This life-cycle approach develops each building block by means of an iterative process, evolving the level of controls step-by-step, and thus increasing management’s comfort in this area.
Decades-long experience in business process management and data analytics, together with the latest developments in digital technologies, are incorporated in this renewal (“reengineering”) of the indirect tax function.
We focus on helping companies reduce international trade costs, mitigate import/export risks and improve supply chain efficiency in one region or globally. By taking a holistic view of the business, its markets and the overall industry trends, we provide practical advice that offers more than just a "quick fix". We believe that customs and trade must be a prominent feature of any supply chain review or strategic planning process.
PwC GlobalVATOnline is an online subscription service. It provides up-to-date business critical information on VAT/GST rates, rules and requirements around the world to help you maintain control, mitigate risk and improve the overall effectiveness of your VAT/GST function.
Digital businesses and ecommerce are taxed increasingly all around the world based on the place of consumption. PwC’s ebiz blog has information about recent trends in this area.