Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS)

Tax Calculation and Reporting Solutions for UCaaS

As communications and collaboration services move to the cloud, UCaaS providers turn to the expertise and reliability of Wolters Kluwer for their telecom tax calculation needs. With any new technology, regulation and taxation often lags behind and creates confusion. Our clients understand the risk of penalties that can result from taxation policy audits and trust Wolters Kluwer to steer them in the right direction. 

Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) incorporates voice, multi-media, unified messaging, presence management, mobility, and automation services onto a single unified platform. UCaaS is typically delivered as a cloud service that enables communications over your existing internet connection through Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). It runs on the platforms you use every day (Windows, OSX, iOS, Android) so you can make phone calls using your current computer or smartphone.

With CCH SureTax Communciations, your UCaaS tax calculations are driven by the most complete, up-to-date information available from CCH—content so accurate even the IRS uses it. Our database includes research for all telecom services and related tax rules, covering more than 10,000 jurisdictions in the U.S., its territories and Canada.

  • Designed to meet the specific demands of telecom taxation
  • “Real-time” web-based or batch telecom tax calculations
  • Driven by the most accurate and complete telecom tax content from CCH
  • Web-based cloud computing requires no software or hardware installations
  • Aggregated data for reconciliation, compliance and audit defense
  • Integration into a wide variety of billing or ERP systems
  • Customizable, on-demand reports of all related telecom taxes
  • Granular, non-taxable and exemption management

If you have questions or would like to learn more, contact us and we will quickly respond to your inquiry.

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