The European parliament approved Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal on Wednesday marking the final major decision in a four-year long journey.
Month: January 2020
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.
As of 1st April 2020, South Africa will widen its definition of what constitutes a “Digital Service”, forcing many foreign digital businesses to register for VAT in South Africa, or else, they will risk non-compliance and penalties.
2019 saw hundreds of thousands of UK businesses register for HMRC’s “Making Tax Digital” reform that was officially implemented in April last year. But that was the easy part. VAT managers, fasten your seatbelts because it’s going to be a bumpy 2020. Phase 2 is coming…
In April 2019, the EU Commission made an important announcement regarding the e-Invoicing Directive which will impact all businesses across the EU. It is important that you understand the road map ahead and how this may affect your company.
If you’re the Financial Director or CFO of a multinational tech conglomerate then this article may seem quite rudimental to you. You may also be suffering from DST fatigue thanks to the barrage of digital services tax news clogging your news feed. Who’s going to win?
Brexit took center stage again in meetings at Downing Street between recently elected UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Ursula von der Leyen, the president of the European Commission.