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Luxembourg - Extension of derogation exempting small businesses from VAT registration

In legislation passed last year in Luxembourg the VAT registration threshold for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) was due to be increased on the 1st January 2017...

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Luxembourg - Non-compliance penalties increased

Law number 7020 came into form on the 1st of January 2017 and included increased to fixed penalties that are issued for non-compliance...

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Luxembourg - SMEs VAT registration threshold to increase

The current VAT registration threshold for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) will increase from €25,000 to €35,000 on the 1st of January 2017...

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Luxembourg - VAT liability included in the 2017 tax reform

Recently Parliament received a bill of law introducing the 2017 tax reform...

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Luxembourg - Finances stable after VAT MOSS losses

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s base erosion and profit shifting process will not have significant implications on Luxembourg-based companies, Fitch Ratings has said...

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Luxembourg - To appeal EU Commission's Fiat decision

The Government of Luxembourg said on 4th December that it will appeal against the European Commission's decision against its tax ruling for Fiat...

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Luxembourg - Average 1.4 % price increase from VAT rise

The increase in VAT on 1st January 2015 will lead to an average 1.4% increase in prices...

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Luxembourg - VAT hike had limited market impact

The Luxembourg Government has said the VAT increases introduced on 1st January 2015, have had a limited impact on the prices paid by consumers...

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Luxembourg -– VAT on eBooks to rise to 17% in May

It was announced this week that eBooks will be reclassified from the reduced VAT rate of 3% to 17%...

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France & Luxembourg - Lose lower VAT rate battle on ebooks

On Thursday, 4th March 2015 a top European court agreed with EU regulators and ruled that France and Luxembourg can no longer charge their lower VAT rates to eBooks as only paper books qualified for lower rates...

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