Tag Archives: 2017

23 Jan

There are more than 800,000 online stores in Europe

e-Commerce News along with data company, Dataprovider, have conducted research to find out how many online stores are currently in Europe. According to the research, there is a 98% accuracy in the measurements. In total, there are more than 800,000 online stores in Europe. The most online stores are available in Germany (approx. 175,000), followed

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18 Jan

Italy Tax News

Update to Italian ‘Spesometro’ for 2018 The reporting frequency for 2018 invoice listing (or ‘VAT Books’) submission (formerly ‘Spesometro’) has been changed by Italy, from quarterly to bi-annually. There will also be numerous simplifications of the data required – details of sales and purchase VAT invoices. The filing will be scraped in 2019 with the

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11 Jan

UK Tax News

Lawmakers in the UK reject proposed amendment to Brexit legislation A proposed amendment to Brexit legislation has been voted against by the lawmakers in the UK. This legislation would have replaced a clause seen as ‘ambiguous’ for a clear message that UK courts should temporarily follow rulings from the European Court of Justice after Brexit.

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EU VAT
09 Jan

EU Tax News

MEP’s back new anti-dumping rules The Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) have backed in support of new rules on dumping and subsidised goods from outside the European Union (EU). Dumping ensues when goods are sold into a foreign market at below the usual market rate in the exporter’s domestic market. Countries can retort by

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02 Jan

Amendment to retail export in Portugal

The Portuguese 2018 Budget was presented to the Assembly in October, 2017. Part of this budget included an amendment to the retail export scheme, also known as ‘Tax Free Shopping’. This VAT retail export scheme permits non-EU travellers (or EU emigrants) departing from the EU a refund of VAT charged on certain goods bought while

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29 Dec

Belgium government praised for reforms to tax system

Moody’s the international ratings has praised efforts by the Belgian Government to reform their tax system, and said that strong corporate tax revenues combined with prudent fiscal policy have strengthened the nation’s creditworthiness. Moody’s said in a report published on the 8th December that advanced corporate tax payments have been “exceptionally large” this year, while

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