LL.M. Digitalization & Tax Law
Digitalization and transformation are much more than just buzzwords of these days. Even though we are seeing current trends and are comfortable talking about them, we often underestimate the importance and context in which we operate, because we are accustomed to believing that we are in control. How often do we see trends but do not act fast enough on them? The digitalization of information exchange between tax authorities and taxpayers is a trend that will not disappear.
Industry and business communities use technology to optimize tax processes and to comply with reporting obligations. Processes orchestrate corporate resources to fulfil these external demands. They are a key factor determining the compliance obligations, cost-to-serve, and operational efficiency. In particular, they determine tasks, jobs, and responsibilities and by this, shape the future work of every taxpayer and tax authority.
Processes are the arterial system within organizations and in inter-organizational supply networks. Tax and Trade law build the basis for the related processes to comply. Consequently, any process failure can bring tax and customs life and the entire process ecosystem to a standstill. Processes determine the potential and speed of an organization to adapt to new circumstances and to comply with a fast-growing number of legislative requirements.
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Stefan Groß | Partner, Peters Schönberger & Partner mbB "Tax consulting can be exciting. The combination of tax expertise and digitization makes the profession attractive. Tomorrow's tax consulting is process and digitization consulting. The LL.M. Digitalization & Tax Law trains the professionals the market urgently needs: tax specialists with technical know-how."
Mary O'Leary | Tax and Technology Lead, Vizor, Dubai V.A.E. "The program has not only widened my knowledge in both tax and technology but also facilitated an understanding of the tax function from a variety of perspectives; industry, tax practice, technology, law firm and government. I feel this has greatly enhanced my confidence in my chosen career path and one that will stay with me for the future."
Robert Risse | WU Tax Law Technologie Center "Understanding international substantive tax law, the interfaces with other types of tax, and their in-depth digital implementation are central elements of our LL.M. Digitalization & Tax Law program."
Department of Computer Science | Humboldt-University of Berlin | Germany
Department of Information Systems and Operations | WU Vienna | Austria
Former Corporate Vice President Tax & Trade | Henkel AG & Co KGaA | Germany
Professor | Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law | WU Vienna | Austria
Did you know that you can receive the "Digi-Winner" grant up to € 5,000 for this program? The "Wiener Arbeitnehmer*innen Förderungsfonds (Waff)" is subsidizing this program. More information and conditions on the grant.