Minor indirect tax errors can translate to significant consequences through the repetition of transactions. Inefficient business structures or processes can prove costly and destroy a deal.
As entities expand into new markets they often encounter complex cross-jurisdictional issues involving indirect taxes that increase tax risks. Uncertainty or unnecessary complexity can result in businesses bearing indirect taxes as a bottom line cost, even where they are ultimately intended to be borne by consumers.
KPMG’s Indirect Tax team assists clients in all aspects of indirect tax management, from advisory, education and training, lobbying and policy submissions, compliance and technology through to audits and disputes.
We assist clients to improve efficiency and better manage compliance on a full range of indirect taxes, including:
- goods and services tax
- payroll taxes
- fuel taxes and rebates
- land taxes
- luxury car tax
- wine equalisation tax.
We provide clear and practical recommendations informed by the knowledge and skills of our global network of tax professionals.