Archive: indirect tax
A proactive approach to managing VAT can bring rewards for life science companies.
The OECD’s first Global Forum on VAT took place in November 2012. Here is a summary of what they discussed.
The UK government is introducing a new regime to govern machine games duty.
In the US, state business tax receipts have increased, while local ones have edged down, according to an Ernst & Young report.
India plans a new goods and sales tax regime to boost its economy, while Japan is looking to raise more revenue from VAT
This focus is leading to greater scrutiny of taxpayers’ affairs through more frequent and more effective tax audits and greater consequences for errors.
Proof requirements for intra-Community trade are stiffening up in Slovakia
On 1 January 2012, provisions for the documentation required for intra-Community supplies were severely tightened.
Many countries are currently in the process of refining their indirect tax systems.
As the European Court addresses tariff classification for components, what are the implications for the technology sector?
A number of new free trade agreements (FTAs) are expected to enter into force in 2013.
This year, excise duties on tobacco and/ or alcohol have increased or will soon increase in most EU countries, Guernsey, Moldova, Norway and Switzerland.
The rise of e-commerce and digital content mean that individuals are buying more products remotely. How do the EU and US tax these sales?
The significance of this trend for final consumers is clear: retail prices rise.
The Budget for 2013–14 was presented to Parliament by the Minister of Finance on 22 February 2013. Details, which, unless otherwise indicated, will apply from 1 …
The Budget for 2013–14 was presented to Parliament by the minister of finance on 27 February 2013. Details of the Budget on indirect taxes, which, unless …
The Budget for the fiscal year 2013–14 was presented on 28 February 2013. Generally, the direct tax proposals take effect when passed and ratified by …