International indirect tax guide 2016

Ulrike Slotty-Harms Ulrike Slotty-Harms

Indirect taxation is becoming ever more complicated, varied between jurisdictions and prone to government tinkering. With some of the biggest tax reforms occurring within indirect tax, getting on top of the complexity and change is vital.

So how can your business put management of indirect tax onto a sustainable footing and manage this myriad of fast-changing demands?

Our International indirect tax guide 2016 talks about the five key steps to getting compliance on track and also provides an overview of the different indirect tax rules, rates and regulations in over 80 countries.