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Kenya cuts VAT to 14% to combat COVID-19

Kenya has announced that it plans to reduce its standard Value Added Tax rate from 16% to 14% on 1 April 2020. The aim is to aleviate the downtown from the coronavirus panedmic....Continued

Croatia COVID-19 VAT deferrals

Croatia is to allow VAT registered businesses to delay their Value Added Tax liabilities due in April out to July. There will be no penalties or late interest charges. But returns must still be filed ...Continued

Uruguay delays VAT payments for COVID-19

The General Directorate of Tax in Uruguay has extended this month’s VAT filing deadline until 27 March for companies. This is to help businesses cope with the disruption created by the coronavirus epi...Continued

Argentina VAT measures for coronavirus

The Argentinian government has announced a range of tax measures to assist business during the COVID-19 outbreak. There is no commitment on delayed VAT filings or payments....Continued

Malta delays VAT on coronavirus

The Commission of Revenues has delayed the filing and payment deadlines for Value Added Taxes and other government levies in light of the coronavirus outbreak. ...Continued

China VAT measures for COVID-19

China has announced a range of Values Added Tax measures to assist businesses during the coronavirus pandemic. This includes cutting rates and reducing administration....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

Brazil tax measures for COVID-19

The Brazilian government and Ministry of Economy has announced the General Attorney of Finance (PGFN) will suspend until the start of July existing measures against taxpayers for non-compliance on ind...Continued

Confusion on COVID-19 VAT 3-month postponement

On 20 March, the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, announced no UK business would have to pay VAT until after 30 June 2020. However, the measure has left many of the 2.1 million affected businesses confused o...Continued

Iceland delays VAT payments to 2021 for coronavirus

Iceland has announced Value Added Tax payment postponements to help businesses during the COVID-19 crisis. Companies will be able to apply for deferment of tax and VAT until 2021. Hotel taxes will be ...Continued