Many organisations are facing stress on cash and liquidity and supply chain disruption at this time. As indirect taxes are transaction based, they are likely to be the biggest cash-based tax a business deals with and greatly impacted by demand and supply chain changes. Transfer pricing is also a key consideration for organisations due to changes in supply chain. Identifying and releasing trapped indirect taxes and considering the direct tax and indirect tax implications of supply chain disruption is critical to navigate the current business landscape.
- The impact of supply chain disruption on intercompany transactions and practical guidance on adjusting transfer prices
- Assessing indirect tax implications of disrupted supply chains and changes in product demand patterns
- Practical considerations when reviewing indirect tax processes, transactions, and data to help improve cash flow
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