Norway SAF-T: Helping companies meet their eAccounting obligations

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In just five months’ time, Norway will join the growing number of European countries that are adopting eAccounting. Like the other tax authorities, the Norwegian Tax Administration will use the introduction of SAF-T to carry out more electronic audits and companies will need to make significant changes to their VAT processes to comply with these eAccounting. What these changes comprise and how to make them is the subject of a webinar that we’re hosting on Wednesday 6th September.

A Global Shift in Tax Reporting

To decrease the VAT Gap tax authorities around the world are moving towards more ‘granular’ data collection. They’re increasing their use of technology to have greater transactional control and detect errors faster. To date, Sovos has helped 4,500 companies - including half of the Fortune 500 - to prepare for this paradigm shift in tax reporting. In advising these companies, we have amassed a significant volume of knowledge; knowledge that we’d like to share with you.

We invite you to attend a webinar that we’re hosting on Wednesday 6th September. Starting at 14.30pm (CET) the event will be hosted by Jeroen Wensveen, our Solution Principal for VAT in EMEA.

Applying Our Smarts to Your Company

During the webinar we’ll cover the following topics:

  • an overview of this global paradigm shift in tax reporting

  • a detailed view of SAF-T reporting requirements in Norway and its implications for companies

  • why adopting a country-by-country approach will no longer work

  • sharing some smarts we’ve acquired in helping companies around the world

Three Reasons Why You Should Attend This Event
  • Increase your level of understanding about what Norway’s move to SAF-T could mean for your company

  • Ensure that your current processes are appropriate and fit for purpose

  • Minimize the risk of not being ready on time

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