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EC set to update progress on VAT reforms

In addition to the ecommerce package set to come into place on 1 July, the European Commission will update progress made so far on future Value Added Tax reforms. ...Continued

Malaysia Sales and Services Tax easement

Malaysian tax authorities, Royal Malaysian Customs Department, will provide relief from interest and penalties on payments of SST between May and August 2021 which can be applied for via the TaxPayer ...Continued

UK IOSS Intermediary confusion

Confusion remains on EU country requirements for UK businesses applying for the new Import One-Stop-Shop (IOSS) registration, and whether they will require a local Intermediary - we are still waiting ...Continued

The Great EU VAT Reform: Are you ready?

Explore the actions you can take now to get ahead of the EU VAT reform introducing IOSS and OSS...Continued

Belgium extends COVID VAT help

The Belgian government has reduced VAT rates to 6% for masks and hydroalcoholic gels...Continued

Moldova cuts VAT on hospitality and accommodation

The East European state of Moldova has reduced the Value Added Tax rate on hotel, restaurant and hospitality services from 12% to 6%....Continued

Lithuania COVID-19 hospitality VAT cut to 9%

Lithuania is to reduce the Value Added Tax rate on hospitality, sporting and cultural services from the standard rate of 21% to the reduced rate of 9%. ...Continued

Netherlands COVID-19 VAT relief update

The Netherlands has extended a range of VAT reliefs out to October 1, 2021 to help businesses during the ongoing coronavirus lockdown. Read more. ...Continued

EU confirms ecommerce VAT package July 1, 2021

The European Commission (EC) has confirmed the launch on July 1 2021 of its ecommerce package. There had already been a delay from January 1 2021, announced last year in recognition of the difficult C...Continued