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Denmark delays VAT reporting and payments for coronavirus

Small taxpayers in Denmark will be able to consolidate their first and second quarter Value Added Tax returns to help alleviate the admin and cash flow payments during the COVID-19 crisis....Continued

Italy closes tax and VAT service on coronavirus worries

Italy’s Agenzia Entrate has announced today the suspension of the tax and Value Added Tax system in response to the worsening coronavirus Covid-19 situation. ...Continued

Kenya VAT on electronic services

Kenya is considering imposing Value Added Tax on foreign providers of digital or electronic services. It has now launched a public consultation until 15 June 2020....Continued

Malaysia service tax measures for COVID-19

Malaysia has introduced a number of service tax measures to help companies during the coronavirus outbreak. Service Tax on accommodation and hotel services have been cut from 6% to zero. This has also...Continued

US sales tax - avoiding common mistakes

Foreign (‘remote’) businesses selling goods to US businesses or customers are having to learn the rules of sales tax quickly as states rollout their new legislation following the 2018 Wayfair Supreme ...Continued

UK marketplace deemed supplier VAT liabilities 2021

HMRC is considering transferring some VAT calculation and collection obligations of third-party sellers onto online marketplaces that facilitate the sale. The measures would only apply to B2C transact...Continued

World turns to VAT cuts on coronavirus COVID-19 threat

Countries are turning to emergency tax cuts to support their stuttering economies under the coronavirus (COVID-19) threat. VAT is the popular stimulant as it can be adjusted overnight and boosts consu...Continued

Ethiopia coronavirus VAT measures

Ethiopia has put into place a number of Value Added Tax reliefs to help businesses during the COVID-19 crisis. ...Continued

Colombia VAT deferral for COVID-19

Colombia has delayed the Value Added Tax filing deadlines for industries in hard-hit sectors by the coronavirus virus. The sectors include: tourism; hotels; restaurants; airlines; and live entertainme...Continued

Cyprus VAT easements for coronavirus crisis

Cyprus implemented on 27 March delays on penalties for VAT payments for all businesses. This is an update as previously only businesses below €1 million turnover or with a 25% reduction in turnover we...Continued