Register for FiscalReps’ Indirect Tax Academy – Strength in Numbers
London, 26 October 2017 – FiscalReps’ annual Indirect Tax Academy will this year be held on 28 November at Trinity House, Tower Hill, London.
As the business that insurers underwrite becomes increasingly global, the need for accurate and reliable premium tax information has never been more critical.
The Academy is free to attend for FiscalReps’ clients and brings together over 100 senior tax insurance professionals from across Europe to discuss and debate the latest changes to IPT and indirect taxation. The theme for this year’s Academy is Strength in Numbers. Senior members of FiscalReps’ team will share their views and knowledge on a range of aspects of indirect tax. The Academy starts at 08:30am when clients can attend an optional breakfast briefing where Client Director Susie Crew will discuss the topical issue of tax evasion.
Client Director Joseph Finbow will be exploring who is responsible for premium tax compliance, calculations, invoicing and potential implications of these responsibilities. There will also be an interactive session addressing BREXIT, as well as a series of breakout surgeries looking in more detail on a local level at the tax compliance considerations from a regional perspective to ensure that clients have up to date knowledge for the jurisdictions where they transact business.
In addition, Karen Jenner, Head of Client Management, will present a case study and interactive session looking at the three modules available within TAXBOX
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Mike Stalley, Founder of FiscalReps commented: “This year’s Indirect Tax Academy provides the perfect forum for our clients to learn about the latest changes in this complex arena of indirect tax compliance. Our Academies are always well attended due to their content and provide an informative as well as enjoyable networking event for clients. With over 70 clients already registered, places are now limited.”