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Cross-border Protocols

Every border in retail represents risk, cost and process overhead – as well as an opportunity. Borders can be geographical, political, administrative or commercial, but they represent a different way of trading for a business to manage. What was once already to a degree complex is now a lot more so. The impact of such changes to tax compliance on a retailer selling globally is significant and can’t be ignored. In this whitepaper, produced in association with our partner Vertex, we consider the impact of the tax compliance changes from a commercial perspective and look at how retailers might overcome them, reduce risk and prepare for the new ‘business as usual’.

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Included in this whitepaper:

  • Hear from Peter Olanday, Retail Practice Leader, Vertex on ‘why tax need not be taxing when retailers expand’.
  • How to prepare for the uncertainty around European Cross-border trade & how Brexit could impact retailers from a tax point of view.
  • Case Study from Kerings Americas – on the way the company has recently upgraded to a more comprehensive tax software and has mapped all the tax rules by state within the software.
  • The reasons why tax automation should be considered & the benefits.

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