Governments everywhere are embracing digital transformation. The benefits? Operational efficiencies, improved communication and data exchange between businesses and tax administrations, and simplified compliance for all parties – producing gains for the global trade and supply chain environment.

One step in the digital journey is tax collection via digital systems that collect tax information. Mandatory usage of e-invoicing is in different stages across the world, differing from country to country (and within countries). In countries with no mandate yet, it is expected that e-invoicing will become mandatory over time.
Learn how to keep up with different ever-changing mandates and how to avoid the risk of fines, penalties, and invalid invoicing.

We will present key areas including:

  • How tax authorities deal with the influx of information
  • How global VAT/GST changes affect U.S. businesses
  • The future of indirect tax compliance in the U.S.


Alex Baulf

Senior Director, Global Indirect Tax

Field of Study:Taxes



Advance Preparation:None required

Delivery Method:Group Internet-based

Recommended CPE Credit(s):1

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