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Trends And Benchmarking – ‘Get Some Objective Evidence’
September 8, 2012
Both negative as positive experiences (e.g. (the first and final) assessments, the amount of savings) would be something to register ongoing and communicate effectively within the organization. These are the benchmark findings of your own company and extremely useful for your strategy moving forward.
You need to know where you want to go and set up a roadmap how to get there. Benchmark against trends in the market might be supportive in your aim. It provides an overview of the experiences of others and is useful for setting own priorities going forward. It is always interesting to get insight of what others have experienced for own validation purposes.
Overview of the ‘Key Risk Areas of VAT paid and VAT charged’ and ‘System Set Up’
Watch an overview of the ‘Key Risk Areas of VAT paid and VAT charged’ and ‘System Set Up and Process Errors’.
This material might be useful for (internal) communication, risk analysis or self assessments:
- “The European Union VAT system – high level overview“
- “Why Manage Indirect Taxes“
- “Indirect Tax Exposures others have faced“
- “Audit Defense“
- “System for Dummies“
- “Surveys and research“
Richard Cornelisse is CEO of the KEY Group and worked previously as Big4 Partner in the Tax Performance Advisory and Indirect Tax Practice and blogs on Tax Function Effectiveness and Tax Control Framework developments.