In this second post of a two-part series, we look at how coming EU VAT changes will affect e-commerce businesses based outside the European Union. We also look at the role of online marketplaces under the changes.
If your business sells or plans to sell goods online to EU-based customers, there are important VAT changes coming. In this first post of a two-part series, we explain what these changes mean for businesses that have an EU presence.
Vistra’s Pete Doyle has helped companies expand into the UK for nearly three decades. In this interview, he talks about evolving corporate expansion strategies, the top risks of operating in the UK, why complying with VAT requirements has an outsized importance for multinationals, and more.
Starting January 2019, all VAT-registered businesses in Italy must issue invoices electronically using the country’s online exchange system. The law applies to all types of sales, including B2C and B2B.
In September 2018, Indian authorities ruled that a certain local supplier was providing marketing, sales-promotion and post-sales support services that could not be considered passive marketing activities. Many corporate groups doing business in India will need to reevaluate their indirect tax positions in light of the recent ruling.
B2B e-services providers that sell to customers in Russia need to be aware of changes to Russia’s VAT rules, which take effect January 1. We tell you what businesses need to register, how to register and how to account for VAT in Russia.
We tell you what UK VAT payers can expect to face if the UK can’t reach an agreement with the EU about the terms of its exit.