Radius indirect tax expert Nick Hart will take a deeper dive into VAT for US-headquartered companies to help ensure you’re not leaving money on the table. This advanced VAT webinar was developed for financial professionals with responsibility for overseas operations.
Determining what the Value Added Tax (VAT) implications are of operating internationally can be daunting and time consuming. Failure to recognize and address overseas VAT requirements can result in additional costs, unanticipated tax liabilities, potentially avoidable VAT registration obligations and severe penalties for non-compliance. An understanding of the principles and concepts of VAT will enable your business to plan effectively to address its obligations.
The six countries that comprise the Gulf Cooperation Council will implement a value added tax in 2018. Businesses operating in the Gulf region need to be aware of how the new VAT will affect their operations.
The HMRC published guidance that businesses must reference when deciding the value-added tax (VAT) treatment they will apply to their supplies.
Companies considering international expansion or already operating abroad must understand their tax obligations in all countries of operation. Indirect tax obligations — usually called VAT or GST — can be particularly important for US companies operating abroad.
Tax authorities around the world continue to change VAT rules to capture revenues from the e-commerce sector. The new rules are designed to level the playing field between international and domestic operators while (authorities hope) unlocking a gold mine of tax revenue.
Effective May 1, 2017, foreign e-commerce operators that do not have a fixed place of business in Taiwan
The UK's Making Tax Digital measure will help businesses stay on top of their affairs and make fewer tax mistakes. The plan is part of a worldwide movement to digitize tax collection.
The UAE Ministry of Finance recently shared the key features and status of its VAT implementation process.
On February 14, 2017, the Ministry of Finance revised the annual thresholds for value added tax (VAT) registration on certain sales.