Die Regularien für internationale Lieferketten werden komplexer, neue Technologien entwickeln sich rasend schnell und treiben die Digitalisierung unbeirrt voran. Sie als Entscheidungsträger sind gefordert: Sie müssen diesem Wandel mit Weitblick begegnen, rechtskonform agieren und dabei Ihren Aufwand im Griff halten.
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The praxis has shown that complex business structures, international trade and cross-border transactions entail significant challenges for most companies independent of the company size.
In order to stay compliant and minimize any VAT risks, it is important to keep track of all the relevant company processes, supply chains, etc. These challenges and developments are going hand in hand with efficient use of resources and finding efficient and pragmatic solutions in line with legislations in different countries.
It’s time again for the biennial edition of the PwC VAT Conference. This year we are meeting virtually on two mornings. The conference will be focusing on the recent and upcoming changes in the sphere of VAT.
Dates: 20 April 2021 | 4 May 2021 | 18 May 2021 | 1 June 2021
About the course
You have a sound understanding of VAT and are looking for a practical way to learn and understand the specific details of Swiss VAT and how it differs from the EU VAT system. You want to identify the opportunities you have to improve your overall Swiss VAT position.
16 March 2021 | 2pm –3pm GMT , 3pm – 4pm CET (Central Europe)
The incredible pace of change in indirect taxes in the areas of e-commerce and the digital economy shows no sign of slowing down. In this webcast we will focus on what we can expect from the UK, EU and North Americas.
The Brexit transition period ended on 31 December 2020 and companies have been operating in the new normal for more than a month now.
While many relevant practical questions for businesses remain open and still need to be resolved, companies should also not forget to consider longer timelines and develop holistic approaches.
How can companies take the opportunity presented by this change to develop competitive business models? How can they create value in the short, medium and long term? And what are the first steps to be taken in getting there?
23 February 2021 | 1pm –2pm GMT , 2pm – 3pm CET (Central Europe)
In January we hosted a global indirect tax webcast to discuss the UK EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA). Over 1200 businesses joined our webcast and we received more than 200 questions. We have continued to be inundated by questions on the TCA. This is clearly an area we are all grappling with and, whilst the TCA eliminates all customs duties on goods which originate in the UK or EU – representing the most extensive trade agreement on tariffs the EU has ever made, there are still almost as many unknowns as knowns! .Consequently we are delighted to invite you to the next in the series of global indirect tax webcasts : Brexit TCA Part 2!