The European Commission released a statement on Friday 7th May that it proposes to postpone entry into application of the VAT e-commerce package by 6 months. The EU commission hopes this will ease the pressure
COVID-19 VAT tips for businesses Together with our partners DLA Piper and our sister company VAT IT Reclaim we have put together a series of COVID-19 VAT tips that will hopefully help your business inject
The landscape of digital services (or e-services) VAT is constantly changing. While tax authorities around the world scramble to create legislation and processes to monitor VAT for these intangible supplies, companies are either unaware of the changes or simply can’t keep up. However, the need to understand these laws has never been more important.
“Cash is king” – This saying has never been more relevant to businesses than these uncertain times. COVID-19 is affecting business in ways no one thought possible.
April 1 2020, was meant to be the date that HMRC launched phase II of making Tax Digital across the UK. However, due to COVID-19, they have made the decision to postpone the rollout by one year to April 1 2021.
The below highlights a country-by-country breakdown of the tax provisions and easements being implemented by individual country tax authorities.
The Covid-19 virus is affecting almost every area of business and the VAT implications of Covid-19 are no different.
Every successful e-tailer who wants to ensure they’re on top of international tax compliance needs an Amazon VAT Guide for online resellers to help them
The Coronavirus outbreak has lead to a surge in the usage of certain digital services such as online gaming and conferencing apps. Tech companies within these industries are seeing an unprecedented increase in users
Mexico has joined the growing number of companies to implement VAT on eCommerce and digital services that are provided to Mexican residents by non-resident businesses.