Tax authorities around the world are constantly striving for visibility into the end-to-end sales process through the use of technology tools which automate the tax reporting process, such as e-invoicing, digital reporting, and e-accounting. The evolution of tax technologies used by the tax administrations is disruptive and promotes radical changes in the way that taxpayers interact among themselves as well as with their customers, related parties, and the tax authorities.
Governments will continue to move forward on this technological evolution path which translates into the continuous issuance of new regulations and requirements imposed on taxpayers. Having a proactive approach to these changes with a defined tax technology plan that includes an e-invoicing and digital reporting policy can help organizations save time and money.
Countries in Latin America have been at the forefront of these technological advances and continue to implement and improve their requirements.
During this webcast, KPMG Tax professionals who focus on tax technologies will provide:
- An overview of the global developments relating to e-invoicing and digital reporting requirements
- Overviews of the recent e-invoicing developments in Colombia and Mexico and the importance of tax technology
Who should attend?
Businesses that operate internationally, particularly in Latin America.