Unintended Consequences: VAT, the Election and the EU

By |April 23rd, 2015|

During the last election campaign in 2010, one key Conservative key message was ‘vote Blue, go Green’. The idea was that you could have your cake and eat it virtuously too: a vote for fiscal responsibility would have the neatly foreseeable by-product of being a vote for ‘Britain’s greenest ever [...]

E-Books Revisited and Moscovici speaks out on the MOSS

By |January 13th, 2015|

  My colleague Rob Janering has just produced a strong analysis of the latest developments in the controversy over VAT on e-books. As Rob notes, Italy, by following the example of France and Luxembourg last year, and drastically reducing the VAT rate on e-books, has made a bold statement against [...]

Brussels Update – Standard VAT Return in Trouble?

By |November 3rd, 2014|

Following on from my blog last month, I heard recently  the talk on ‘new Commissioner, new Strategy?’ by the European Commission’s Head of VAT, Donato Raponi. I was expecting a petty robust restatement of current plans – especially around the Standard Return. But things turned out rather differently. Before coming [...]

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