How to create an agile business and a stable organisation at the same time
The 34th issue of BDO’s Transfer Pricing Newsletter focuses on recent developments on an international level regarding OECD Guidance on financial transactions and on a country level in Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, Ecuador, and Saudi Arabia.
The Transition Period will end on 31st December 2020 at which point the United Kingdom (UK)
will finally leave the EU customs and excise duty regime for good. The UK will be treated from
that date as a third country (non-member state) for customs and excise duty regulations.
This newsletter summarises recent tax developments of international interest across the world. In this issue, explore the findings and insights from Global Tax Outlook international research programme and read our latest insights on "Fokus Bank” claims in Spain, Corporate Criminal Offences...
The UK will have a third country status for VAT purposes from 1. January 2021. This means that the tax-free intra-Community supply of goods will no longer be possible, it will however be possible to make tax-exempt deliveries. Special rules apply to Northern Ireland.
INTEGRATING THE SUSTAINABILITY FACTOR INTO THE INVESTMENT PROCESS
THE EUROPEAN UNION: Cancellation or dissolution fee - VAT or no VAT? / FRANCE: VAT on rents - French High Court confirms one option per lot; / OMAN: Developments on implementation of VAT / UNITED STATES: Sales and Use Tax and Value Added Tax pitfalls for e-commerce businesses
EU legislators and regulators are storming ahead with the fight against ML and TF via several actions on EU level.
CO-OPERATIONS AND OUTSOURCING IN TIMES OF DIGITALISATION