SGS: Regional Indirect Tax Manager 100%


SGS is the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company. SGS is recognized as the global benchmark for quality and integrity. With more than 89,000 employees, SGS operates a network of over 2,400 offices and laboratories around the world.

Job Description

Working as a core member of our Group Finance team, you will manage and support the digitization of our tax reporting, e-invoicing and e-accounting systems. Partnering with our local and corporate IT and Finance teams, you will lead digital taxation projects across SGS’s European affiliates.

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EU: Fit for the digital age : hearing with Margrete Vestager, European Commissionair


On Tuesday 23 of March European Parliament subcommittee on taxation hold hearing with Margrete Vestager, Executive VP of the European Commission for a Europe fit for the Digital Age. Interesting inside to be listen too.

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EU – How you can contribute to a better world of future tax


The Commission of the VAT Expert Group has now launched the public consultation on “Improving the Situation of EU Citizens as Taxpayers for Direct and Indirect Tax”, available in 23 languages:

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EU – new e-commerce rules – fact sheets


The EU Commission has published fact sheets in relation to the new rules, please find the links below, they are very useful.

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EU: Introduction of a zero rate for COVID vaccines and test kits throughout the EU


As the first month of 2021 has passed, it’s becoming clear that the roll-out of vaccines and large scale testing will play a significant role in governments’ responses to the ongoing global pandemic. In support, the EU Council last year green-lighted a proposal to allow Member States to apply a temporary zero rate to COVID-19 vaccines and test kits.

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UK – Brexit – Intrastat requirements


According to the latest information issued on Intrastat requirements by HMRC, one have to differentiate between the following flows where Intrastat declarations will still be required for UK resident business and foreign businesses with a UK VAT registration:

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UK/EU – Brexit as per 1 of January and what does it mean


As you know, the EU and UK reached a Brexit deal on the 24th of December 2020.

This deal does not mean “business as usual”. UK is no longer a part of the EU customs union which means that customs declarations needs to be filed when importing and exporting goods both in UK as well as the EU.

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DAC6 – update October 2020


All countries have issued DAC6 laws to implement the directive into local law (for Cyprus and Spain, the laws are draft, all other EU Member States have final laws in place).

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Takeda: Global Customs and Trade Compliance Lead – EU, ICMEA, APAC


Overview

Every day, employees working in Takeda’s Global Manufacturing and Supply Chain, and Global Quality business unit are shaping the future of healthcare. They are breaking down barriers and ensuring our life-changing medicines are available, accessible, and affordable to patients. Life-changing for you. Life-changing for patients.

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EU – DAC 6 update


On 17 of June the EU Parliament voted – the last procedural hurdle for formal adoption by the ECOFIN Council in the next few days – regarding an option for E.U. Member States (including UK for these purposes) to defer the reporting deadlines for DAC6 by up to six months. The relevant details are as follows:

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