[Earn CPE Credit] How Finance Teams Can Avoid Audits, Maximize Tax Deductions, and Increase Cash Flow in LATAM

Karen Marchione
March 30, 2016

Joint Webinar with Financial Executives International (FEI) – Earn 1 CPE Credit for Participating

When: Wednesday, April 27th at 2:00pm Eastern Time | 1 Hour | 1 CPE Credit 
Questions?: Contact Sam McQuaid at smcquaid@financialexecutives.org or 973-765-1011
How to register: Please login or create a free account to register for this event
Session Description
For financial executives new to Latin America’s constantly changing business-to-government Earn a CPE credit during this webinar with FEI on the topic of What Finance Teams Need to Know to Avoid Audits, Maintain Tax Deductions, and Increase Cash Flow in Latin Americarequirements, it may be tempting to write off compliance as a local issue to be managed by local IT and accounting teams. However, this approach leaves companies vulnerable to severe penalties and operational disruptions that can be felt throughout global companies.

Join FEI’s upcoming webinar on Wednesday, April 27, 2-3pm ET to learn what finance teams need to know to maximize tax deductions and increase cash flow in Latin America.  During the webinar we will examine why global finance teams need to be invested in Latin American compliance, thus avoiding the risks of:

  • Fines and penalties that directly impact the bottom line
  • Operational shut downs, disrupting supply chains, manufacturing and distribution
  • Government audits
  • Imposed tax adjustments and corresponding delinquency interest
A proactive strategy not only ensures compliance, but can result in operational efficiencies that ultimately save companies millions. For example, corporations can use the required e-invoices to simplify the inbound receiving process, turning hours of manual data entry into a single scan and click process. Those who have done so are realizing cost savings of up to 40 percent while increasing employee productivity by up to 50 percent.
Learning Outcomes:
  • How and why tax and VAT are so different in Latin America compared to the rest of the works
  • What are the top requirements in mandated counties (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, and Uruguay)
  • Best practices for maintaining compliance

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