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How e-invoicing and continuous transaction controls (CTCs) impact tax teams and compliance efforts: Part 2

How e-invoicing and continuous transaction controls (CTCs) impact tax teams and compliance efforts: Part 2

In the second installment of our three-part series on e-invoicing, we will explore how e-invoicing and continuous transaction control (CTC) regulations impact tax compliance, and examine some of the challenges and considerations that corporate tax teams may encounter. The purpose of this series is to help readers gain a better understanding of e-invoicing so that […] … Read More

E-invoicing basics for compliance professionals

E-invoicing basics for compliance professionals

As part of the transition to an all-digital economy, tax authorities around the world are implementing various forms of e-invoicing and/or continuous transaction controls (CTCs) to gain more control over—and insight into—business transactions, both within their borders and cross-border. In this three-part series, we will explain what e-invoicing/CTC is, how it works, why it is […] … Read More

Should you consider an automated Indirect Tax System? 9 key questions to ask

Should you consider an automated Indirect Tax System? 9 key questions to ask

A company’s decision to introduce indirect tax (IDT) automation into its tax processes is often fraught with indecision and uncertainty. Every company’s tax technology journey is different, and it’s not always clear when and how tax automation should be incorporated or what the benefits will be. During their Synergy 2022 presentation, Joe Malloy and Chandra Wing from BDO’s Indirect […] … Read More

How can businesses take advantage of the rules of origin to lower their customs duties?

How can businesses take advantage of the rules of origin to lower their customs duties?

It is no secret that customs duties can be a major source of expense for businesses. By considering the rules of origin under free trade agreements (FTAs), it is possible to reduce the costs of these duties by applying preferential duty rates. Rules of origin refer to regulations that establish the country of origin for […] … Read More

How organisations can save on the growing costs and complexity of compliance

How organisations can save on the growing costs and complexity of compliance

As governments around the world require digitalised methods for e-invoicing and real-time monitoring and reporting of business transactions, multinational organisations face many complex and costly compliance challenges. In particular, mandates for e-invoicing and continuous transaction controls (CTC) are data-intensive initiatives that demand speed, accuracy, and transparency all at once. Complying with these mandates requires technology, […] … Read More

E-invoicing and tax compliance in an increasingly complex, ever-changing world

E-invoicing and tax compliance in an increasingly complex, ever-changing world

Learn how the rapid pace of change in global regulations and reporting requirements is increasing the importance of tax compliance. Compliance may not be the most glamorous task facing indirect tax (IDT) teams, but the rapid pace of change in global regulations and reporting requirements is turning the humble compliance function into a rapid-fire gauntlet […] … Read More