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Do I need a VAT fiscal representative after Brexit?

Following the UK leaving the EU VAT regime from 1 January 2021, UK e-commerce sellers or B2B supply chain operators may have the obligation to appoint VAT Fiscal Representatives for their non-resident...Continued

Oman VAT registration start with OMR 38,500 threshold

Oman has set-out the VAT registration timetable as the Arab Gulf country implements VAT from 1 April 2021. There will be a compulsory VAT registration threshold of OMR 38,500. There will be a voluntar...Continued

US 2021 sales tax updates for foreign businesses

2021 saw a range of updates to the US sales tax regimes, affecting foreign retailers and marketplaces selling to consumers. The growth of states looking to bring non-resident businesses into the sales...Continued

India delays GST filing deadlines for coronavirus

The Indian Ministry of Finance has announced an extension for the filings of Goods and Services Tax GST filings in view of the worsening coronavirus situation. It affects GSTRA-3B and GSTR-9. ...Continued

Netherlands COVID-19 VAT 3-month payment delay

The Dutch tax agency has extended out to start of 2021 the option to apply for a 3-month VAT payment deferral. ...Continued

Don’t get your Brexit commodity codes wrong

If you want to continue selling goods cross-border between the UK and EU after 31 December 2020, you will have to learn about commodity codes. If you cannot accurately match your goods to the right co...Continued

UK ecommerce 2021 VAT changes for sellers & marketplaces

The UK’s HMRC has overhauled the rules of VAT for ecommerce from 1 January 2021. This was at the same time as the end of the Brexit transition period, which brought separate VAT and customs changes. T...Continued

Brexit – what should I know now it’s ‘done’?

With the final stage of Brexit now completed, and the UK out of the Customs Union and VAT regime, we wanted to highlight for you the must-knows to keep your goods or services moving, customers and tax...Continued

Italy extends marketplace’s seller reporting till 30 June 2021

Italy has confirmed that it will extend new marketplace reporting obligations on their sellers’ transactions from 31 December 2020 until 30 June 2021. This reflects the introduction date of the 2021 E...Continued

Brexit export goods GB to EU; customs & VAT

This update provides the customs and VAT procedures for the export of goods from GB into the EU from 1 January 2021. After 31 December 2020, the UK is out of the EU VAT regime and customs union as th...Continued