VAT in the New World

Presented by

Kris Van Aken (Atlas Copco); Joe Hyams (VATBox); Lisa Kelley, Value Consultant, SAP Concur

About this talk

Did you know that 42% of employee expense transactions do not meet compliance requirements for Value Added Tax (VAT) reclaim due to incorrect information and missing data? Increasing complexity and constant change in tax regulations, along with demands for digitised reporting, are making it more difficult for organisations to maximise their VAT recovery. This on-demand session will share a new way companies are navigating through increasingly complex tax regulations while ensuring compliance requirements are in place to defer an audit and maximise VAT reclaim. As economies around the globe work to recover from the financial impact of the pandemic, now more than ever, governments are relying on VAT and other indirect taxes as a source of revenue. While those taxes are often reclaimable, it’s not without risk. Discover how to mitigate your audit risk while streamlining processes and maximising recovery through new technology and practices that will not only ensure global tax compliance but will also improve your cash position. Featured panelists: Kris Van Aken, Corporate Tax Finance Services Manager, Atlas Copco Joe Hyams, Director Product Marketing, VATBox Lisa Kelley, Value Consultant, SAP Concur Lisa spent 4 years as Global T&E Director at Smith & Nephew and has direct experiences in managing VAT *** By registering to attend this session, you confirm you would like to receive additional SAP Concur communications (by email and/or by phone). I agree that Concur Technologies (UK) Ltd. can use my name and contact details to communicate with me about SAP Concur products and industry topics and partners’ offers in accordance with the SAP Concur Privacy Statement (https://www.concur.co.uk/privacy-policy).

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