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Covid-19 and VAT
Your ability to trade with confidence is now more critical than ever, and the prosperity of each business will help to safeguard the wider European economy. At this time we pledge to provide you with timely, reliable insight into European tax authorities’ responses to this unfolding crisis to support you in navigating these unprecedented and fast-changing circumstances.
Four Quick Fixes
A significant VAT change is here. The EU’s four ‘Quick Fixes’ for VAT are simplifications aiming to harmonise cross-border trade throughout the EU. The new rules require businesses make changes to stay compliant. Read our Quick Guide to the Quick Fixes whitepaper, penned by our VAT experts, to learn what the new rules are and what they mean for your business.
VAT is Europe’s gift to taxation and is central to the European economy. It’s a domestic tax with a supranational framework. As a result, it’s a political hot potato, an issue in which sovereignty and efficiency are in constant conflict. This has big implications for businesses trading in Europe. Find out where international VAT stands today.
Whatever the outcome, your business and your European trade is our primary concern. A Brexit plan-of-action will protect your valuable supply chains whilst allowing you to continue to trade confidently across Europe.
Talk of big data and automation is everywhere. The tax world is no exception. So what is the tax authorities’ ‘digitisation’ agenda? What is the future of electronic International VAT reporting? Find out what we see as being the right balance between technological process efficiency and deep human expertise.
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