With complex legislation and digital reporting requirements, indirect tax has become a topic of great importance. From improving data accuracy, to implementing new reporting requirements, finance and tax leaders find themselves facing indirect tax-related upheavals as they navigate a volatile macroeconomic landscape.
This disruption, however, also presents an opportunity for finance and tax leaders to rethink priorities and implement the right strategy, addressing gaps in resources, improving compliance, and enhancing visibility to transform the indirect tax agenda.
The State of Indirect Tax Departments and Technology 2022 Report assesses how organisations are future-proofing their indirect tax departments against complex tax legislation and digital reporting requirements. It also considers how teams are improving data accuracy and compliance procedures by automating key processes and investing in technology.
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