Infrastructure bill has big changes for crypto Conversations
The $1 trillion bill contains provisions to tax crypto, yielding an estimated $2.8 billion per year. What does this mean for the future of cryptocurrencies?
Prepare now or face plastic tax meltdown Conversations
The UK’s new plastic packaging tax is set to catch out many businesses – ala Brexit – and the burden of proof is on importers and manufacturers.
Tax morality: The big shift in corporate tax attitudes Conversations
Will companies take the lead on tax morality or is legislation the only way?
Residency: a taxing issue Tax
The fallout of COVID-19 has meant many people have been unexpectedly caught on the wrong side of borders.
I’ve been stranded in another country for 12 months Tax
How has COVID changed cross-border planning?
All change for e-commerce VAT rules in the EU Tax
In this Q&A, Marisa Hut, Senior manager VAT & Customs Advisory from The Netherlands, explains the most important changes to come into effect in just over two months’ time.
Five tax issues facing multinational companies in 2021 Tax
A look into five global tax issues facing multinational companies in 2021.
VAT and transfer pricing: smooth sailing, or a perfect storm? Tax
A look into the so-called ‘primary adjustments’ to intercompany pricing.
Life after Lockdown: Global Tax Solutions on implications for businesses Recovery
First and foremost a human tragedy, COVID-19 is also having a growing impact on the global economy.
Can incorrectly invoiced VAT be reclaimed if the assessment has already been finalised? Tax
Understand the recent rulings from the EU Court of Justice regarding VAT.
Tax the sin or reward the saint? Conversations
From meat tariffs to latte levies, can tax policy build a better society?
Digitalisation of tax: Dawn of the robo regulator Conversations
Faster assessment, greater accuracy – the arguments are strong. But there are risks and challenges too, as some have already discovered.
The biggest change to EU’s VAT in nearly 25 years Conversations
There are fears businesses are unprepared for tougher cross-border sale requirements.