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FEATURED LIVE WEBINAR
Avalara’s monthly webinar series provides a round-up of the latest VAT news. Keeping you up to date with legislation changes and general VAT news, VAT Voice can help you stay informed and ahead of the curve.
FEATURED TAX TOOL
Avalara produces a detailed country guide to the VAT landscape in each EU country, and for many other territories. Find out more about how VAT or sales tax can impact your business in Europe, North America, South America, Oceana, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East.
Get the latest VAT and GST news from Richard Asquith, VP Global Tax at Avalara.
If your business sells cross-border, Avalara events offer unique opportunities to hear from industry experts and grow your expertise.
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Featured white papers
Brexit survival guide
The UK is set to leave the European Union in the next few months. Currently, this will be without any agreement on its exit terms or future trading relations (‘no-deal Brexit’) with the remaining EU members (‘EU27’) or rest of the world. This guide explains how over 245,000 businesses will be impacted by new customs and VAT obligations and costs. It includes a Brexit checklist, with details of actions businesses can take now to mitigate the new trade frictions and tax liabilities.
International VAT for Dummies
You can't do business across the EU and much of the world without dealing with value-added tax, or VAT. International VAT For Dummies explains in simple terms what VAT is, how and where it should be applied, and how to remain compliant.
Making Tax Digital white paper
In April 2019, HMRC launched the Making Tax Digital (MTD) initiative, an ambitious plan to turn the HMRC into one of the most digitally advanced tax administrations in the world. Under the new system every business that is VAT-registered in the UK will be required to submit their UK VAT returns digitally to HMRC.