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WEBCAST: Selling into the United States: The New State Direct and Indirect Tax Landscape


I am pleased to invite you to our next webcast focusing on US sales tax and state income taxes for US inbound businesses. The webcast will be relevant for any business selling into the US, including those that do not have a physical presence in the US.

Recent significant developments in US case law (the Wayfair decision) make US sales tax and state income tax newly relevant to companies that may not have previously assessed whether a US tax requirement exists (for example, due to having no physical presence in the US), therefore this is a key time to assess the impact.

Our state tax experts will explain the current US sales tax and state income taxes requirements from a US inbound perspective, and will cover examples of circumstances where a compliance responsibility may exist and the potential consequences.

All live attendees will also have the chance to raise questions directly to our specialists during the Webcast.

Speakers for this webcast include:

  • Monica Cohen-Dumani – Partner, International Tax Services, EMEA ITS Leader – PwC Switzerland
  • Jennifer Jensen – Partner, State and Local Indirect Tax – PwC US
  • Robert Ozmun – Partner, State and Local Income Tax – PwC US

Date/Time:

Thursday May, 23rd, 15:00 (CET)

Agenda:

  • US Sales Tax – Jennifer Jensen, Partner, State and Local Indirect Tax – PwC US
  • US State Income Taxes – Robert Ozmun, Partner, State and Local Income Tax – PwC US

Note that you will need to register to join the webcast. Register here >

 

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INDIA: GST proposal for residential real estate


The Government has recently issued multiple implementing notifications, which have come into effect on 1 April 2019. The notifications provide the conditions and computational mechanics of charging lower rates of GST on under-construction residential real estate. One key aspect of this change is the option given to existing projects to either adopt the new rate structure or continue with the incumbent framework. As the conditions/ computational mechanics are fairly complex and need to be dealt with carefully for effective compliance, they are expected to pose a challenge to the industry. Continue reading


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A.I. Upcoming webcast: Machine learning and artificial intelligence for indirect tax


The easy availability of vast amounts of transactional data that follow rules makes indirect tax a great candidate for machine learning. We show you how to use artificial intelligence to improve quality and validate your VAT data – and someday maybe even take care of tax determination for you.

Join my experts this Thursday, 25. October 2018, 2.00 – 3.00pm

REGISTRATION LINK:

https://www.pwc.ch/en/events/taxtechnology-webcasts.html

 

 

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US – State and Local Tax – Quill overturned by Supreme Court – What’s Next?


On June 21, 2018, the Supreme Court in South Dakota v. Wayfair overturned the long-standing precedent that a business must have a physical presence in a state for the state to require it to collect sales taxes. Continue reading


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EMEA Webcast: How mandatory disclosure for intermediaries (DAC6) impacts multinationals


As you may be aware of, on 25 May 2018 the ECOFIN Council, composed of the EU-28 Finance Ministers, formally adopted a Directive amending Directive 2011/16/EU as regards mandatory automatic exchange of information in the field of taxation in relation to reportable cross-border arrangements – also known as DAC6. Continue reading


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South African electronically supplied services – Webcast recording now available


South Africa has proposed extensive reforms for electronic services supplies (“ESS”) which were announced in the draft electronic services Regulation on 21 February 2018. A recorded version of the Webcast is now available on our Webcast page. Continue reading


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Tax technology webcast series


Digital technology is transforming the way in which organisations manage their tax affairs. Are you curious about what the future holds? Sign up now for our upcoming series of tax technology webcasts.

Managing tax and customs internationally has become a real handful. Especially with growing regulatory and cost pressure increasing the workload involved but making it harder to get additional staff. Continue reading