HMRC’s New VAT Treatment of Overseas Goods Sold to UK Customers July 2020 saw HMRC’s release of its new VAT treatment of overseas goods arriving into Great Britain. This new model is required because the
Better Late than Never: Ireland cuts VAT rate from 23% to 21% As the saying goes, “Better late than never”. The Irish government has dropped VAT rates and introduced new measures to stimulate the economy
When it comes to fiscal policy, VAT has been subject to intensive debate for many years, especially since the UK pioneered using a VAT reduction to help the economy during the 2008 recession. It is
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
“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.
The below highlights a country-by-country breakdown of the tax provisions and easements being implemented by individual country tax authorities.
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
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.
The European parliament approved Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal on Wednesday marking the final major decision in a four-year long journey.