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MAKING TAX DIGITAL​

Tax authorities are going digital​​

The wave of governments making tax digital is gaining momentum and shows little sign of slowing. Authorities globally continue to look for ways to tighten loopholes, reduce tax gaps and gain greater visibility into insurers’ tax liabilities.

Taxes on insurance are fragmented. And achieving compliance can be a headache requiring specialist knowledge especially as no two jurisdictions are the same and currencies, rates, deadlines and location of risk rules may vary by country.

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Technology is driving innovative compliance solutions in response to these growing demands

Against this backdrop, insurance companies are faced with mounting pressure to protect profit margins amidst competition from new entrants and often from old and legacy systems.

As proactive initiatives like electronic returns and more granular reporting become a reality for insurers, factors like determining IPT liabilities, reporting transparency, audit trails and accuracy become increasingly critical.

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Trends: Insurance Premium Tax

To gain a holistic view on the fate of insurance premium tax compliance, download our white paper. It also contains additional articles drawing on our knowledge and experiences of the industry.

With Sovos IPT be confident in compliance amid rapid change

Focus on your business objective

Sovos safeguards companies from the headache of this ever-evolving landscape. Customers can be confident in their compliance so they can focus on their core business objectives and what they do best.

Trusted by Fortune 500 companies

Sovos actively works with insurers across Europe including many of the top 100 UK insurers, FTSE Eurotop 100 and Fortune Global 500 companies.

Save time and money

Our software simplifies the preparation of insurance premium tax and parafiscal returns. It provides accurate, real-time tax rates and calculations helping you reduce the amount of errors and reprocessing needed, operational effort to manage tax calculations, and reporting overheads, audits, and potential fines.

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