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
The Covid-19 virus is affecting almost every area of business and the VAT implications of Covid-19 are no different.
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.
In a bid to increase revenue to Ukraine’s state budget, the Ukranian tax authorities are proposing a 20% VAT on electronic services provided by foreign digital services companies to Ukrainian customers.
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.
The French ’Inspection Générale des Finances (IGF) has issued a report on securing the collection of value added tax (VAT) while combating fraud.
Eleven European countries have approved the quick fixes made to four EU council directives which will be in effect from 1st January 2020. All EU Member States will be required to adopt these EU VAT changes, regulations, and administrative provisions necessary to comply with the Directive by 31 December 2019.