HMRC confirmed that the transitional legislation for EU VAT refunds under Part 20 of the VAT Regulations 1995 has been amended to reflect the change in Exit Day from 29 March 2019. The revised legislation was laid on 5 September 2019. You can access a copy of it from this link >
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The e-commerce package shall enter into force from 1 January 2021. The goal is to better ensure taxation in the destination state. At the same time, the simplifications for businesses (One-Stop-Shop), which avoids a VAT registration in every destination Member State, shall be extended.
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United States proposes new tarifs on EU products in response to EU aircraft subsidies
The Trump Administration has identified the European Union as a new object of tariffs, releasing a list of proposed products that may be subjected to additional Section 301 tariffs in light of the EU’s subsidization of civil aircraft.Read More »
In 2018, PwC Switzerland collected the data and organised for the set up of the PwC “VAT Guide to Clinical Trials in Europe”.
The Guide to VAT for Clinical Trials in Europe aims at:
• providing you a first high level overview of the regulations in 28 EU Member States
• helping you assess the VAT implications and reporting obligations (e.g. VAT registration obligation, VAT return, EC Sales Listing and Intrastat reporting)
• assisting you answering some questions related to the trends in the pharma sector for clinical trials and precision medicines.Read More »
EU ministers agreed on the need to establish a common corporate tax base in July 2013. The European Commission presented two directives: a directive establishing a common corporate tax base (CCTB), and a directive on a common consolidated corporate tax base (CCCTB). Both draft directives are still awaiting Council’s agreement. In its resolutions, the European Parliament strongly supported this major reform of corporate taxation and introduced the notion of “digital presence” that would enable member states to tax digital companies.Read More »