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UK Tax News | 12.12.2017

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Date12 Dec 2017
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The BCC calls for tax cuts Ahead of the British Chancellor’s Autumn Budget in November, the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has urged the UK Government to take immediate action to rule out an expected 3.9% increase to business rates (commercial property tax). With 75,000 companies represented by the BCC,...
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EU Tax News | 23.11.2017

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Date23 Nov 2017
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OECD’s Secretary-General calls for collective action on digital taxation Angel Gurria, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Secretary-General has requested a collective effort on the design of temporary, short-term measures to tackle the international tax challenges of the digital economy. When speaking at the Group of Twenty (G-20)...
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Germany – Tax News

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Date21 Nov 2017
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Decree announced for call-off stock On the 10th October, 2017 the German Federal Ministry of Finance announced a decree to permit a VAT registration exemption for foreign companies holding call-off stock in Germany. Goods which are held in a foreign country by a non-resident seller, but under the full control...
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UK – Tax News | 14.11.2017

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Date14 Nov 2017
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The UK sets out post-Brexit cross-border tax plans On the 9th October, 2017, the UK Government released a number of ‘white papers’, setting out how it will accomplish its trade and customs policies, containing its customs, value-added tax, and excise regimes, when the UK leaves the European Union (EU). The...
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EU e-Commerce NEWS

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Date26 Oct 2017
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e-Commerce has evolved rapidly as consumers’ appetite for simple and instant buying continues to grow. This means that regulators have been struggling to keep pace with these advancements. In particular the taxation of e-Commerce has presented significant challenges to governments and organisations around the world, with multiple regulatory obstacles slowing...
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e-Commerce Sales Tax reviewed by the US

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Date18 Aug 2017
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The administration for Sales Tax on goods sold by out-of-state e-Commerce sellers will shortly be revisited said the US Treasury. Currently, sellers with no physical location in another State are not required to charge the Sales Tax of the State when the consumer is resident there. The consumer instead is...
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