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VATupdate Newsletter Week 35 2021

Normally, July and August are the months that many people are out of the office. Enjoying time off, at home or on vacation, with friends and family. Doing things, you would normally not do, or doing nothing at all. Why not? You’ve earned it!

But where the summer is often a time that you can spend some time on cleaning up your desk, getting some work done, and not be bothered too much by customers, suppliers or colleagues, the summer of 2021 was a bit like 2020: many people still working from home, and due to Covid-19 measures, not visiting of festivals, museums or events, and many countries that still have additional restrictions.

But there were also differences. As of 1 July 2021, the new e-commerce rules in the EU came into force. Which means that sellers, customs authorities, brokers, logistics service providers, VAT intermediaries and tax authorities all had to get ready and deal with iOSS registrations, numbers and VAT Declarations. I would be interested in your experience with that. Feel free to send your comment to [email protected]

The VATupdate Team has also enjoyed the summer. By preparing overviews of older ECJ cases (the Flashbacks and the Roadtrips), and by continuing updating the VAT rates of countries around the world. The ECJ is expected to pick-up the pace again as of next week (with 4 judgments and 2 opinions expected in the coming weeks), and governments around the globe are still doing their best to implement new e-invoicing and VAT compliance rules and requirements.

We also see that there are still quite some job opportunities out there for people that are interested in indirect tax. If you are looking for someone, and it’s not yet on our site, please let us know, and we make sure that VAT enthusiasts from around the world will see your message.

Have a great week!


WORLD

WORLD

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

WEBINARS


AFRICA

ANGOLA

EGYPT

KENYA

MAURITIUS

NAMIBIA

NIGERIA

SOUTH AFRICA

UGANDA


AMERICAS

CANADA

COLOMBIA

NICARAGUA

PARAGUAY

UNITED STATES


ASIA-PACIFIC

AUSTRALIA

BHUTAN

CHINA

GEORGIA

INDIA

KAZAKHSTAN

MALAYSIA

PAKISTAN

PALAU

SINGAPORE

SOUTH KOREA

TAIWAN

THAILAND

VIETNAM


EUROPE

EUROPEAN UNION

EUROPEAN COURT OF JUSTICE

EUROPEAN UNION – E-COMMERCE

ALBANIA

AUSTRIA

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

BULGARIA

CYPRUS

CZECH REPUBLIC

DENMARK

FINLAND

FRANCE

GERMANY

GREECE

HUNGARY

ITALY

NETHERLANDS

NORWAY

POLAND

PORTUGAL

ROMANIA

RUSSIA

SERBIA

SLOVAKIA

SLOVENIA

SPAIN

TURKEY

UKRAINE

UNITED KINGDOM


MIDDLE EAST

GCC

ISRAEL

OMAN

SAUDI ARABIA

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES


 

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