The EU’s second-highest court overturned a 2016 ruling ordering Apple to pay Irish tax authorities 13 billion euros for receiving undue tax benefits. Multinationals should beware of taking the ruling as a sign the world of international taxation is reverting to an earlier era.
The EU’s VAT e-commerce package is simplifying VAT rules on cross-border sales to EU-based customers. This post addresses the package’s final measures, which will affect the supply of services by both EU and non-EU businesses.
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.
Exactly 20 years after they started, representatives from the European Union and Mercosur concluded negotiations on one of the biggest trade deals in history. The EU is the South American bloc’s first major trade partner, and the new agreement is the largest ever for both sides.
Last month, the European Court of Justice ruled that EU member states must require employers to systematically record the amount of time worked by each employee on a daily basis.