A practical guide on what your company needs to do to be conform on time, plus getting ready for modern e-invoicing
With the tax reform on 1st October 2023 a lot of changes will come, and companies need to be prepared especially for their IT systems to conform with the new regulation. IT experts describe the tasks at hand similar to the year 2000-issue, but many companies are not fully aware what exactly needs to be changed and what effort it will require. Furthermore, the push of the Japanese Government in the direction of e-invoicing with the introduction of the global e-invoicing standard PEPPOL will require that your Japanese Organization gets ready to exchange invoices with your customers and partners in electronic form as well.
This webinar will provide a hands-on guide of the exact requirements you need to implement until 1st October 2023 and will also include a practical guide on how to achieve this. Furthermore, demonstrations with actual examples on how e-invoicing may be handled with the PEPPOL standard and what kind of requirements you need to have to actively participate in it will be provided.
- Specification of exact tax reform requirements to implement
- How does a qualified invoice look like and what’s need to be done to get it right
- Timeline you can expect for making the changes happening – do not underestimate it!
- What is the PEPPOL e-invoicing standard and how does it work
- Possibilities to join the PEPPOL network
- Tax regulation overview for executives
ENDEAVOR SBC - CEO
Wolfgang Bierer is founder and CEO of ENDEAVOR SBC K.K. Over 15-years ago he founded the boutique consulting company in Tokyo with focus on business process management, market entry and IT implementations from large scale SAP projects to SME solutions. He has a strong focus on the retail industry and manage multi brands like AIGNER, BREE, PORSCHE DESIGN as owner, interim manager or distribution partner.
ENDEAVOR SBC - Business Integration Specialist
Having joined ENDEAVOR SBC K.K in 2014, Michael is supporting foreign as well as domestic clients in their endeavor of realizing business integration projects in Japan while utilizing the services and solutions of SEEBURGER AG from Germany, with ENDEAVOR SBC K.K being the main representative office for SEEBURGER in Japan. Besides this, he is also heavily involved in the realization of SAP projects, taking the role of systems integration manager, facilitating the exchange of data across all customer systems.
Ernst & Young Tax Co. - Associate Partner
Lars Dahlen works as Associate Partner at Ernst & Young Tax Co. (“EY”) and leads the EY German Business Center in Japan. He is a tax advisor and lawyer licensed in Germany. Having worked and lived in Japan for more than ten years, Lars’ tax technical proficiency is paired with a direct understanding of Japanese business relationships and culture. In particular, he has a keen sense of the tax issues facing foreign clients operating in Japan and the need to provide strong practical tax advice.
ENDEAVOR SBC | CEO
ENDEAVOR SBC | Business Integration Specialist
Ernst & Young Tax Co. | Associate Partner