Part 2: Virtual Events – New Rules From 2025 And The Challenges They Bring

By Daniel Voica   In part one of our series around VAT on virtual…

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Poland – Mandatory e-Invoicing (KSeF) Set To Go Live only In 2026

The mandatory e-invoicing system in Poland (the so-called ‘KSeF’) initially was meant to go…

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Finland: VAT Rate Change Effective 1st September 2024

The Finnish government has confirmed that the standard VAT rate will change from 24%…

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Fixed Establishments In The EU – The AG’s Opinion In The Adient Case:

One of the most anticipated cases currently pending with the European Court of Justice…

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Japan: Platforms To Become Liable For Sales Tax On Digital Services

The Japanese Government is to consider introducing a new requirement that would make digital…

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UK: H. Ripley FTT case – Zero Rating Dispatches To Other countries

We have recently seen an interesting case at the First Tier Tribunal which deals…

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Poland: Temporary Reduction In VAT Rate

The Polish Ministry of Finance announced this morning that the temporary reduction of the…

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VAT On Virtual Events And The Legacy Of The Pandemic

VAT On Virtual Events And The Legacy Of The Pandemic

By Daniel Voica   The pandemic completely disrupted the events sector and led to…

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DAC 7 In The UK And EU:

DAC 7 In The UK And EU:

The digital economy has grown exponentially over the last few decades and more recently,…

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On the 19th of January 2024 the Polish Minister of Finance announced that the mandatory e-invoicing system (so-called ‘KSeF’) will not go live as of 1 July 2024 as initially intended.

Poland – e-Invoicing Delayed

On the 19th of January 2024 the Polish Minister of Finance announced that the…

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