The announcement from the UK Government that it will delay digital tax reporting reforms has been roundly welcomed by the tax industry.
The United Arab Emirates' Ministry of Finance has confirmed that residential property will be exempt from the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) VAT when it comes into force in January 2018, but that a 5% will apply on sales or leases of commercial property.
Australia has confirmed that it will delay the imposition of 10% GST on sales of low value goods to its consumers by non-resident e-Commerce companies until July 2018.
Google is not liable for EUR 1.1 billion in unpaid taxes claimed by the French state, a French court has ruled, saying the internet giant's Irish subsidiary is not taxable in France.
The arrangements for collecting the alleged state aid involved in the EU Apple tax investigation should be in place before the end of the year, according to a briefing by the Irish Finance Department.
The UK Government has published an updated version of the Finance Bill 2017. Only a limited number of clauses from the original bill were passed earlier this year due to the early election they decided upon.
From August 1st 2017 eBay sellers living in the UK will be contracted and begin paying fees to eBay (UK) Limited instead of the Luxembourg based eBay Europe S.á.r.l. This legal restructuring will have noticeable VAT implications.
Promoters in Spain have welcomed a reduction in VAT on cultural event tickets which came into effect on 28th June 2017. The rate has been reduced from 21% to 10% for events such as concerts and theatre shows.
Switzerland and France have resolved a number of issues around the exchange of tax data, according to a statement from the Swiss Federal Council.
Three million of the smallest businesses will be able to move to the new digital system for keeping tax records at a pace that is right for them, Ministers announced today - 13th July 2017 - as they set out the next steps for the Finance Bill.
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