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Corporate Report Lays Out Benefits and Next Steps for HMRC’s Making Tax Digital
Corporate Report Lays Out Benefits and Next Steps for HMRC’s Making Tax Digital

Corporate Report Lays Out Benefits and Next Steps for HMRC’s Making Tax Digital

HMRC’s Corporate Report Lays Out Benefits and Next Steps for Making Tax Digital Earlier this week (21 July 2020), The UK government released their corporate report titled “Building a trusted, modern tax administration system” which highlighted the next steps of HMRC’s Making Tax Digital programme while also lauding its benefits and success so far.  Published […]

No VAT Cuts in Netherlands Due to Limited Supporting Systems at Tax Authorities
No VAT Cuts in Netherlands Due to Limited Supporting Systems at Tax Authorities

No VAT Cuts in Netherlands Due to Limited Supporting Systems at Tax Authorities

No VAT Cuts in Netherlands Due to Limited Supporting Systems at Tax Authorities The Netherlands will not be following their neighbouring countries, Belgium and Germany in granting VAT rate cuts to stimulate the economy against the pandemic. VAT Cuts in the Netherlands are not possible because the supporting automation systems at the tax authorities cannot […]

COVID-19 Pandemic: Bulgaria Cuts VAT Rate to 9% on Books and Restaurant Services
COVID-19 Pandemic: Bulgaria Cuts VAT Rate to 9% on Books and Restaurant Services

COVID-19 Pandemic: Bulgaria Cuts VAT Rate to 9% on Books and Restaurant Services

The Bulgarian tax authorities are slashing the vat rate on books and restaurants to 9% in an effort to ease costs on these goods and services in light of the Coronavirus pandemic.  The temporary reduced 9% VAT rate for books and restaurant services will apply from 1 July 2020 until 31 December 2021. The Bulgarian […]

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