Further to a previous report we can now bring you news that the Swiss Federal Tax Administration (FTA) have issued a significant clarification.
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As reported previously the changes to Switzerland’s VAT act that came into force on 1 January 2018 did not apply for mail-order companies, on the grounds that Swiss Post required more time to implement the necessary systems.
From 1 January 2019, with the introduction of the new Radio and Television Law, the Radio and Television corporate fee (RTV) will no longer be dependent on whether or not a taxpayer possesses a broadcasting device.
Proposed changes for the VAT guidelines concerning the hotels and restaurant sector have been announced in a public consultation process by the Swiss Federal Tax Authorities.
Changes to Switzerland's VAT Act will enter into force on January 1st 2018 with the aim of removing VAT related competitive disadvantages for domestic companies.
VAT legislation changes that are expected to come into effect on the 1st of January 2018 have been approved by the Swiss Parliament...
The Federal Tax Administration has declared that the requirement for the advanced electronic signature will be abolished as it has recognised that more flexibility is needed when proving the authenticity and integrity of invoices in Switzerland...
Changes to the country’s VAT regime have been approved by the Swiss Parliament that makes it a requirement for overseas firms to charge VAT on all purchases and services although an implementation date has not yet been given...
From the 13th of July 2016, the Italian and Swiss Tax Information Exchange Agreement (TIEA) entered into force after it was signed in February 2016.
Value-added tax (VAT) will apply to items ordered online and shipped to Switzerland, Parliament has decided.
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