You should look beyond borders to seek advice on domestic, cross-border, and international indirect tax matters. This can allow you to determine whether your transactions are appropriately structured to manage related indirect tax costs.
It's helpful to step back and review your tax situation. Do you have the resources and knowledge to meet your indirect tax compliance responsibilities, and reduce indirect tax exposures and assessments? Are you managing indirect tax costs properly?
Working together with your Indirect Tax advisers, you can address these issues by:
- Structuring major transactions to manage indirect taxes
- Managing indirect tax opportunities to enhance your cash flow
- Planning to manage future indirect taxes
- Preparing tax ruling and interpretation requests
- Designing and reviewing systems to help ensure indirect taxes are appropriately collected
- Undertaking indirect tax due diligence
- Testing billing or point-of-sale systems
- Managing indirect tax audits and other related issues
- Educating your tax managers through workshops, seminars, and manuals.
Please contact us about how we can help you.