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.
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Chinese VAT | The Ministry of Finance, State Taxation Administration, and General Administration of Customs have jointly issued a number of new policies on value-added tax in China.
VAT registered businesses trading above the compulsory registration threshold (currently £85,000) will not be able to use manual records from 1 April 2019. Instead, businesses must use‘functional compatible software’ (digital records) to meet the new requirements.