Networking

The IVA is the largest global network of indirect tax specialists. 

The IVA

  • Our Members are from all over the world
  • Our Members are internationally active
  • A huge range of indirect tax issues are being addressed by the IVA 

The IVA represents many types of businesses

  • Legal and Consulting companies
  • VAT refund companies
  • VAT compliance businesses
  • And is linked to many other Indirect Tax Associations

The IVA represents all types of VAT specialists / functions

  • VAT refunds
  • Systems experts – SAP
  • VAT/GST compliance
  • Consulting
  • Negotiation and solution finding 

The International VAT Association provides its members with the opportunity to communicate their issues, problems and questions with other VAT professionals, colleagues, partners and specialists around the world.

Networking is one of the biggest benefits of our Association and is highly encouraged

If you are looking for professional advice for any country or you have a specific issue regarding VAT the International VAT Association can add value to your organisation!

Having access to the IVA’s database on the web, having the opportunity to communicate with each other via the IVA LinkedIn Group, and having the Association supporting them, our members gain significant benefits. 

Join IVA! Benefit significantly from the Association’s resources and experience.

If you have any problem or issue connected to VAT or other taxes, or you are looking for a reliable contact in another just send us your query and IVA Administrator will communicate it with all IVA members and find the best solution for you.

We work together, we support each other, we are worldwide!

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Disclaimer:  The information contained in the present page is general and does not constitute legal advice. Before taking any decision or action on the above information you should take the appropriate professional advice.