Benchmarking Study on First Sale for Export Method of Valuation and FTZs: Determining Leading Practices for Savings & Compliance
KPMG’s Trade & Customs Practice, the Premier Partner of the United States Fashion Industry Association (USFIA), is a recognized authority on United States and foreign trade compliance matters. KPMG’s Trade and Customs Practice recently conducted abenchmarking study of retailers utilizing the First Sale for Export method of valuation, Foreign Trade Zones, or both.
During the webinar, Amie Ahanchian, Managing Director in KPMG’s Trade and Customs Practice, and Irina Vaysfeld, Managing Director in KPMG’s Trade and Customs Practice, discuss the following topics based on the benchmarking study results:
- Understanding how other companies have implemented these programs
- Best practices from companies that implement these savings strategies
- Risk areas and issues you may encounter if considering these savings opportunities
- Efficiencies and lessons learned
This comprehensive webinar will also provide a background on these savings opportunities as well as the timeline, ongoing support, and administration involved with these savings opportunities. Although thebenchmarking study was focused on the retail industry, these savings strategies and the information gathered applies to all industries.
Amie and Irina have substantial experience with assisting companies in implementing First Sale for Export and Foreign Trade Zones.
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