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Changes in excise duty

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Date22 Mar 2021
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As of 1 February 2021, the following changes to the Excise Duty Act are in force: Change in registration for excise purposes Under the new rules, excise tax payers are required to register or to make an update in the Central Register of Excise Entities (CRPA) via the new version...
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SLIM VAT – Change in the rules from 1 January 2021 regarding domestic negative credit notes with Polish VAT of sales and purchase invoices – Examples

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Date19 Mar 2021
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Our Customer Relation department, in cooperation with the Accounting department, has prepared the following explanation of the changes to Polish Slim VAT regulations. On 1 January 2021, the so-called SLIM VAT (Simple, Local And Modern VAT) came into force, introducing changes with regard to the settlement of negative credit notes....
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amavat | Features

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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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amavat | VAT Focus

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Date19 Jul 2019
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New European Union Dispute Resolution Rules Now In Force From the 1st July the European Union’s new directive on tax dispute resolution mechanisms entered into force. These new rules aim to ensure quicker and more effective resolution on tax disputes between EU Member States and will try and offer greater...
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EU VAT News | 25.01.2018

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Date25 Jan 2018
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EU Member States to work collectively to stamp out VAT fraud Towards the end of 2017 the European Commission released new tools intended to make the European Union’s value-added tax system more resilient to fraud. The package comprises of numerous changes to how Member States will communicate and co-operate with...
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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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