Digitalization of indirect taxes in Central Europe
Are companies keeping pace?
Live webinar: 31 May 2022, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. CET
Technology has impacted nearly every aspect of our lives - from the way we communicate, shop and make shopping decisions, how we spend our free time, to the highly developed solutions used within healthcare, for instance.
This has led to a new age in terms of transparency and visibility over processes, often in real time. Businesses can now gather large amounts of data, the processing of which becomes more critical than ever as it feeds the business with valuable information about the effectiveness of its operations, its stakeholders, and the way the company is seen in the market.
The tax function is no exception to that. The public and tax authorities are on the same digitalization path, with growing appetite to know more about the taxpayers and whether they are compliant with the complex labyrinth of law provisions, in an increasingly globalized world. Thus, taxation issues have a direct impact on companies’ reputations and brand perceptions.
To keep up with these developments, tax leaders are turning to technology to improve data quality, ensure compliance and optimize the way their organizations operate. Thus, they need to not only continuously develop their financial and accounting skills, but also broaden their understanding of the technology-related aspects of reporting, including knowledge about the IT environment in the organizations.
Digitalization of indirect taxes in CE
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- Recent developments in the digitalization of indirect taxes
- Focus on new obligations imposed on the taxpayers by tax authorities in Central Europe to gain fiscal control; SAF-T reporting and electronic invoicing regimes across the region
- Impact of these new obligations on the modern tax departments and their workflows, including how they interact with the public side
- Lessons learnt and practical aspect of digitalizing the tax workflow
During this webinar we will focus on the general trends in tax digitalization and how they impact the needs of organizations that operate in different jurisdictions, rather than on drilling down into the peculiarities of the specific country regimes.
- Raluca Baldea – Partner in Deloitte Romania
- Zoltan Tancsa – Partner in Deloitte Hungary
- Norbert Wasilewski – Partner Associate in Deloitte Poland
We look forward to welcoming you to this webinar!
Participation in this webinar is free of charge and by invitation only. Please note that the webinar will be held in English.