Thomson Reuters | Indirect Tax Management

Businesses often struggle to identify, calculate and report VAT, GST, sales and use taxes

Niren Saldanha

Niren Saldanha

Partner, Indirect Tax, KPMG US

+1 212-954-3835

Reducing Tax Risks and Costs

Businesses around the world are required to accurately identify, calculate, and report sales tax, value-added tax (VAT), or goods and services tax (GST) on all sales transactions. With rates that can rise to 25 percent or more, businesses often struggle to manage indirect tax requirements. What’s more, most enterprise resource planning(ERP) systems do not deliver the necessary indirect tax functionality out of the box required to stay up-to-date with ever-changing tax rules and regulations. To meet these challenges, many organizations turn to an automated “tax engine” for their indirect tax compliance function—and a trusted adviser who can help implement it.

KPMG LLP’s Transaction Tax Systems practice coupled with Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE Indirect Tax management solutions provide a leading combination of software and services that can help companies meet their tax performance and scalability requirements. Working with ONESOURCE, KPMG can help companies thoroughly manage their global indirect tax compliance requirements and reliably report these taxes as they do business in North America, Europe, Latin America, and Asia Pacific.

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KPMG’s tax technology resources – providing incisive insights and leading practices

With this strong combination of both tax and technology knowledge, KPMG can help enable your company to clearly report sales and VAT tax, identify and manage risks, and add value and efficiency to your indirect tax processing. The KPMG indirect tax team enables clients to bridge the gap between internal tax and information systems groups and the tax departments they support, accelerating the time it takes to identify and deploy the right automated global tax solutions and processes to support them.