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The U.S. software industry is witnessing an escalation in sales complexity, attributed to rising sales distribution channels such as through marketplaces, software integrators, resellers and consulting partners. This coincides with businesses encountering significant cost pressures due to intense competition, resulting in aggressive expansion across newer regional markets and segments. Consequently, enhancing compliance measures for sales and use tax has become paramount to protect profit margins against potential audit penalties.
As the IRS prepares to release Form 1099 reporting requirements for virtual asset transactions, VASPs need to evaluate the various aspects of virtual currency cost basis calculations and the resulting tax withholding and information reporting considerations.
The second annual Sovos Sales and Use Tax report delves into numerous issues impacting the industry, including the long-term implications on regulatory authorities from COVID-19 and how the existing tax gap is fueling new approaches to oversight and enforcement of current laws and standards.
In the Gartner 2021 CIO Agenda: A U.S. Perspective, “respondents in the U.S. report digital business acceleration in the face of COVID-19 and an increased opportunity for business redesign. Despite being global pace setters, U.S. CIOs have a lot of opportunity to leverage digital innovations for value creation.”
WHITE PAPER Don’t Let Government Mandated E-Invoicing Stop Your Business Governments are moving away from ad hoc e-invoicing oversight in favor of always-on transparency and enforcement. Your ERP, accounts payable/receivable, procure-to-pay, order-to-cash, supply chain and logistics, and HR and payroll systems – they’re all in play. This new level of mandated transparency introduces a new […]