|Event Date||Tue May 11 EDT (5 months ago)|
Thinking of attending our Financial Excellence SIG?
This is an opportunity to get connected and share our experiences, best practices and knowledge gained. It provides an open, collaborative forum for the networking, learning and discussions/exchange of ideas around Finance and BPC modules.
We understand how important networking at our face to face events is to you and since we can't get together in person right now, the session will start 30 minutes before the SIG commences so you can grab a coffee and have a virtual catch up with the SIG chairs and other attendees.
Patchanok Kluabkaew, Graham Little and Steve Peirce from TJC Group will talk about Business 2 Government: How to Manage SAP Tax Compliance Efficiently?
As your organisation grows and expands into new markets, tax compliance becomes more complex. The digital landscape for tax compliance is fast-evolving and keeping up with both region-wide and country-specific legislation is an ever-increasing challenge for businesses worldwide. The sweeping fiscal reform of reporting standards (often referred to as SAF-T), the demands of real time reporting, and electronic invoicing are creating significant hurdles for Tax teams.
To be tax compliant, companies must submit the right information at the right time and in the correct format, facing sometimes extremely tight deadlines. But finding the right information in your SAP systems isn’t always easy. It requires the cooperation of several players, including SAP Consultants, IT and Tax managers, auditors and lawyers. These teams must not only be on top of their game but, most importantly, they need to communicate and understand each other.
Ultimately, the goal is to design and configure your SAP systems to respond to the tax digitalisation imperative and meet global and local tax requirements.
What you will learn from this session:
From a Tax perspective:
• How to make tax compliance within SAP simple, accurate and stress-free
• Reduce effort and time to prepare tax reporting on a regular basis within a short timeframe
• Monitor, analyse and interpret the changing tax legislation to ensure compliance with laws and regulations
• Identify and mitigate tax risks to avoid non-compliance and penalties
• How to manage an internal tax audit efficiently