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8 ways small and mid-sized accounting firms can increase profitability

8 ways small and mid-sized accounting firms can increase profitability

Increasing profitability is a fundamental part of growing and maintaining a business. For small and mid-sized tax and accounting firms, there are plenty of ways to do so. Whether you want to increase overall sales and revenue, decrease expenses, or a bit of both, 8 strategies to increase profitability are explored below. 1. Create a […] … Read More

How myths about the cloud are hurting your firm

How myths about the cloud are hurting your firm

We’ve all heard the myths about cloud tax and accounting solutions, including the intimidating theories that the cloud is not secure, expensive, complicated, or not up to compliance standards. Plus, as accountants, we tend to get comfortable with the on-premise, perhaps outdated software we’ve already implemented. However, the state of the tax and accounting industry […] … Read More

Is your e-commerce business ready for the new Import One-Stop Shop EU VAT rules? Tips for tax compliance

Is your e-commerce business ready for the new Import One-Stop Shop EU VAT rules? Tips for tax compliance

If you are a business-to-consumer (B2C) e-commerce organisation supplying goods that will be imported into the European Union (EU), then you should already be aware of the Import One-Stop Shop (IOSS) rules that came into effect on 1st July 2021, marking an overhaul of the indirect tax regime across the union. These new rules remove […] … Read More

Tips for manufacturers to maximise VAT recovery

Tips for manufacturers to maximise VAT recovery

How can manufacturers maximise VAT recovery with indirect tax automation software? Recovering as much value-added tax (VAT) as possible is a sound business practice for multinational manufacturing companies. VAT rates are typically much higher than the consumption tax rates in the US. For example, Hungary has a 27% VAT rate, the highest in Europe. VAT […] … Read More

Indirect tax teams must evolve and keep pace with digital tax reporting requirements worldwide

Indirect tax teams must evolve and keep pace with digital tax reporting requirements worldwide

According to the European Commission, EU countries lost an estimated €140 billion in value-added tax (VAT) revenues in 2018. It’s an astounding amount of money, yet through the introduction of digital tax reporting, many tax authorities have started to make positive inroads into recouping VAT payments from businesses. Whether these VAT losses are down to […] … Read More