It’s important for businesses outside of the UK (mainly those in Europe) to note the VAT changes of the sale of goods to customers that will come into effect post the Brexit transition period. This
Fine-tuning the UK-EU border control is one of the ways the UK Government is ramping up its preparations for the end of the transition period. The guide provides further details on how the GB-EU border
Foreign businesses may be liable to provincial sales tax in Canada. However, because the legislation is changing quickly and it’s not at a national level, keeping track of how you’re meant to remain compliant is
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
HMRC has scrapped VAT completely off e-books and e-publications from 20% down to 0%. In an effort to make reading more accessible for the UK public while in self-isolation due to the Coronavirus, HMRC fast-tracked
In a bid to further their clamp down on digital tax and VAT fraud, the French VAT authorities have released further details about the obligation for online e-commerce businesses to provide extensive details about all French sales.
As of 1st January 2020, significant changes to intra-community VAT system in Poland will come into effect.
Currently both resident and non-resident businesses operating in Bulgaria must register for VAT once they exceed BGN 50,000 (£22,000) in taxable supplies within a year.
In a surprising and somewhat last minute change, HMRC has announced they are postponing the intended implementation date of 1st October 2019, which was planned to be the start of the new regulations for the Reverse Charge Mechanism for constructions services.