Rein in VAT & Fiscal Reporting Requirements

Stay in compliance as governments close tax gaps and impose new regulations.

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Solving the most complex VAT requirements

Tax authorities worldwide want to gain more visibility into value-added tax (VAT) activities, increase collections and close revenue gaps. It’s not hard to see why; E.U. countries alone reported a VAT gap of almost €150 billion in uncollected revenues in 2016. As a result, governments are curbing this trend by increasing technology investments and demanding digital transactions and paperless processes.

Centralise, standardise and automate with Sovos VAT and fiscal reporting solutions

Centralise

Simplify the burden of VAT by managing all of your requirements (and changes to those requirements) for every jurisdiction in one easy-to-use interface.

Standardise

Peace of mind, knowing your business partners around the globe are using a consistent, standardised reporting process.

Automate

Turn painstaking, manual tasks like compliance research and data validation into quick clicks of a button.
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VAT & Fiscal Reporting

Our multi-lingual team of VAT experts use our proprietary software which is updated whenever and wherever VAT regulations change.

Feature List

Real-time updates

Get up-to-the-minute updates for every jurisdiction in which you have VAT obligations, all in a single, simple, centralised location.

Automated processing

Save time without generating returns, intrastate returns or manual listings again.

Data accuracy, analytics and reporting

Boost productivity with automatic data additions, adjustments, corrections and validation based on custom accuracy settings.

Data extraction and upload

Solve data management in seconds with the ability to extract and upload existing data from legacy, host and ERP systems into a single interface.

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