Technology has made global VAT compliance significantly simpler and more cost-effective. However, there is an additional, more urgent, reason for companies to adopt a tech approach to VAT compliance. Increasingly, global tax offices require businesses to file their VAT returns electronically,
vatglobal, the leaders in outsourced international VAT and tax solutions, has today released the findings of new research exploring the evolving European VAT landscape, specifically highlighting the current situation across the UK, Germany and Sweden.
With the rise of cryptocurrency in the last decade, it has led to a lot of questions around the world about personal tax and VAT implications.
Uber’s explosive growth has made it one of the most fascinating companies to emerge out of the 2010’s.
As tax moves into the digital world, hundreds of thousands of organisations across Europe will face substantial challenges when it comes to adhering to VAT.
In recent weeks a small collection of countries including Australia, Belarus, Germany, Portugal and Singapore have announced transactions made using cryptocurrency will be exempt from VAT, regardless of transaction size.
In their annual report, Thomson Reuters has surveyed over 400 European tax teams gaining valuable insight into how corporate tax teams are managing the challenges of the new global digital tax world.
Watch Gareth Kobrin, CEO of VATGlobal & Abbey Heller, of SAP Concur, discuss the upcoming Making Tax Digital deadline.