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Date06 Aug 2019
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Should you expand your business within Europe – 3 reasons why There are limited growth opportunities in each market place, so you might be wondering how can you scale your business even more? Can I generate more sales and grow my online business? Why should you expand within Europe and...
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Bulgaria increases there Intrastat Reporting Threshold in 2018

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Date08 Feb 2018
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Bulgaria as of the 1st January, 2018 increased the ‘Intrastat Reporting Thresholds’ for both arrivals and dispatches. Arrivals threshold will be greater than before, increasing from BGN 410,000.00 to BGN 430,000.00 (approximately €220,000.00), with dispatches threshold being increased from BGN 240,000.00 to BGN 260,000.00 (approximately €133,000.00). Additionally, the statistical thresholds...
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Portugal’s February Tax Dates

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Date07 Feb 2018
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Conceito our Portuguese amavat® Partner Firm has put together an English document with generic* information regarding Portugal’s ‘Tax Calendar’ for February 2018.     Click here for English version Click here for Portuguese version *might not be applicable to your organisation amavat® provides a one-stop-shop solution for VAT Compliance within...
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The EU Council issues its VAT priorities for 2018

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Date07 Feb 2018
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The Presidency of the Council of the EU, which is held in Bulgaria for the first half of 2018, has issued its priorities for indirect tax. These comprise of: Implementing the Norwegian agreement on administrative co-operation on VAT; Approving a long-term minimum standard VAT rate for all Member States; Settlement...
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Belgium adopts the ECJ’s position on unfinished invoices

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Date01 Feb 2018
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Belgium has implemented the recent ECJ jurisprudence regarding the right to subtract VAT on invoices with missing details. On the 12th October, 2017 the authorities published a circular letter 2017/c/64 summarising their clarification of recent ECJ decisions concerning the conditions under which a taxable person may exercise their right to...
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Luxembourg collects unpaid taxes from recent tax amnesty

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Date31 Jan 2018
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Luxembourg has collected over EUR30mln (approx. $36.7mln) in unpaid taxes in 2016 as a result of a tax amnesty scheme, Finance Minister Mr Pierre Gramegna has told parliament.\ Reacting to a parliamentary question, Mr Gramegna exposed that 221 applications were filed under the amnesty scheme in 2016, with a further...
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