Digitalization of the Tax Environment

Digitalization thumbnailIt is no surprise that the whole world is getting more and more digital, but it is important to acknowledge that so are also the tax authorities in requirements they now set forth towards taxpayers.

OECD’s model of SAF-T files (followed by Polish JPK or Lithuanian i.SAF), French FEC, Lux FAIA and many other forms of more or less standardized types of electronic files are currently being required all over Europe. In the other corner, a huge amount of businesses struggle to make their ERP capture all transactions in a VAT compliant manner.

Our PwC Geneva VAT team organised a very successful breakfast event last week to discuss these challenges. Participants also had the chance to discover “Taxmarc”, an integrated tool created by PwC Netherlands and primarily designed for SAP systems, that significantly increases the level of ERP’s VAT compliance capabilities (e.g. that is able to automate VAT determination for triangulations or drop shipments transactions – just to name a few features). The tax control framework built in Taxmarc is an impressive enhancement of the VAT features, compared to the standard SAP logic.

If you are interested in this topic, please feel free to dowload the presentations below or to contact us directly to discuss your challenges.

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Patricia More
Partner, Indirect Tax Services
PwC Switzerland
Tel. +41 58 792 95 07

Bozena Turek
Manager, Indirect Tax Services
PwC Switzerland
Tel. +41 58 792 91 25

Gergana Chalakova
Assitant Manager, Indirect Tax Services
PwC Switzerland
Tel. +41 58 792 92 02

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Patricia More

Patricia More

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Patricia More leads the Romandie's indirect tax practice with more than 20 years of specialization in indirect taxes, including 12 in landwell paris and 5 leading the pwc french indirect tax practice.

She has a wide experience in analyzing indirect tax issues for multinational companies on a number of different industries sectors including: Transport and Logistics, luxury goods, Telecom, Energy, Information Technology, technology, Financial services, electronic means of payment and general Indirect Tax issues.