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As EU countries get a grip on VAT fraud, companies brace for higher compliance costs

Companies in the EU are worried that their compliance costs will increase as tax authorities move to close their VAT gaps and clamp down on fraud, after a recent investigation estimated that carousel fraud is costing EU member states €50 billion ($56 billion) a year.
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2019 Asia Tax Awards: The winners

The winners of International Tax Review’s 2019 Asia Tax Awards have been announced.
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2019 Asia Tax Awards: The winners

The winners of International Tax Review’s 2019 Asia Tax Awards have been announced.
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India looks to overseas examples for new e-invoicing regime

After revolutionising its tax system with the introduction of GST in 2017, India will take another big step forward by introducing e-invoicing. But will it be a case of evolution, rather than revolution, this time? Lees verder

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Companies between rock and hard place on digital tax

As details emerge of digital taxes in the Czech Republic and Malaysia, corporates told ITR they wish countries would leave it to the OECD process – but they are fearful of what might emerge from it.
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Survey: Taxation of the digital economy

The global community plans to reshape the international tax rules to address the tax challenges of the digitalising economy. Companies must react. Lees verder

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Africa leaps into automation for VAT collection on foreign suppliers

African countries are starting to amend legislation and upgrade their IT systems to allow them to charge VAT on imported services. But companies should take solace in tax administrations’ willingness to embrace simplified supplier registration regimes.
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The potential of blockchain for VAT recovery and compliance

Antonio Lanotte, European senior finance, controlling and tax manager at Pentair, explains how using blockchain technology can increase a business’s VAT recovery rate and compliance burden.
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The potential of blockchain for VAT recovery and compliance

Antonio Lanotte, European senior finance, controlling and tax manager at Pentair, explains how using blockchain technology can increase a business’s VAT recovery rate and compliance burden.
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Brazil affirms tax benefit for sales to the free trade zone of Manaus

Brazil has affirmed that sales to the Amazonian free trade zone of Manaus must be equal to export transactions. Machado Associados’ Ricardo M. Debatin da Silveira and Rogério Gaspari Coelho discuss the potential tax credits for exporters over the last five years.
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Austria proposes new, permanent digital tax

Austria has proposed a new digital services tax (DST), motivated by a desire to level the playing field for domestic media companies, which it says it would not repeal even if the OECD reaches consensus on digital tax measures. Lees verder

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ERP systems preferred over tax engines to determine tax payments

Tax directors explain why they prefer ERP system customisations over tax engines to help them automatically determine their tax liabilities despite both options having their fair share of problems. Lees verder

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ERP systems preferred over tax engines to determine tax payments

Tax directors explain why they prefer ERP system customisations over tax engines to help them automatically determine their tax liabilities despite both options having their fair share of problems. Lees verder

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Uber admits fear of new tax liabilities in IPO filing

In its prospectus to potential investors, Uber has expressed fears of becoming subject to much higher indirect and payroll taxes if governments decide it is a transportation company. Lees verder

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Uber admits fear of new tax liabilities in IPO filing

In its prospectus to potential investors, Uber has expressed fears of becoming subject to much higher indirect and payroll taxes if governments decide it is a transportation company. Lees verder

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