KPMG’s Global Indirect Tax Services professionals working in KPMG firms around the globe combine technical capabilities in indirect tax with a deep understanding of industry and business issues.
Together, they seek to customize their approach to meet your unique needs, helping business leaders continually ask the necessary questions of their organizations: Are we paying too much? Do we have the resources we need? Are we up to date with legislation? Can we meet all the local requirements for each country in which we operate? Can we do better?
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KPMG member firms’ Indirect Tax professionals bring a big-picture perspective to the cross border environment and help you go beyond compliance to unlock tangible business value from reporting and data. Backed by proprietary tax technologies, KPMG’s global network of professionals can help tax leaders respond to regulatory and reporting challenges, liberate capital, mitigate risks and streamline processes.
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In this episode, we speak with Lachlan Wolfers, Head of Global Indirect Tax Services, KPMG International. Today we explore how geopolitics, digitization and changing business models are impacting indirect tax and the Future of Tax overall.
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