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Peter Boerhof, the VAT director of Vertex, will take part in a fireside chat with ITR at 10am GMT on November 10 to discuss how to manage the tax complexities of cross-border sales.

Register here for ITR and Vertex’s webinar: Turning indirect tax from a growth inhibitor to an enabler.

In the midst of growing economic uncertainty, businesses are continuing to diversify their e-commerce offerings, exploring new territories to sell to and new routes to market.

But as businesses look to exploit these opportunities, they are exposing themselves to potential indirect tax implications. To remain tax compliant, and foster the frictionless experience customers expect, businesses trading online need to manage tax complexities at every stage.

In this fireside chat from Vertex’s VAT director, Peter Boerhof, he will share the findings from a recent Vertex survey of 730 tax and finance decision makers, all from businesses making online cross-border sales. The research looked to reveal how indirect tax complexities are hampering these businesses’ ability to grow.

The discussion will include:

  • Why indirect tax solutions need to be at the forefront of your e-commerce growth strategy;

  • How to create a vision for tax success, and why good planning is a necessity; and

  • How to find the right solution that will give you greater tax certainty and lower your audit risk.

Register here for the webinar on November 10 2022 and discover how to transform indirect tax management from a growth inhibitor to an enabler.

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