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E-books, Audiobooks and E-papers to be subject to the reduced VAT rate of 2.5% with effect from 1 January 2018 Currently, printed books, newspapers and journals benefit under the current Swiss VAT Act from a reduced VAT rate of 2,5%.
Non-UK companies face penalties for errors made on their submissions for VAT refunds to the UK. HMRC take a much stricter line than most, if not all, other EU countries when it comes to errors and false submissions by non-established companies.
A public vote on a wide-ranging overhaul of Switzerland’s old-age pension scheme was rejected this Sunday. A side effect of this negative vote is that the current VAT rates will be reduced as of January 1, 2018.
Taxand Netherlands explains the 2018 Dutch tax plan. On 19 September 2017, Budget day, the Dutch government presented the Tax Plan 2018. Taxand Netherlands lists the key changes to be introduced for corporate tax.
Taxand Romania reports on the amendments and completions brought to the Fiscal Code. Government Ordinance no. 25/2017 published in the Official Gazette no. 706 from 31 August 2017 Ordinance no. 25/2017 brings new amendments and completions to the Law 227/2015 regarding the Fiscal Code.
Taxand UK discusses the impact of the UK diverted profits tax. This week Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs (HMRC), the UK’s tax authority, released key statistics related to the UK Diverted Profits Tax (DPT).
Taxand Ireland provides a review of Ireland's corporation tax code. On 2 September 2016, it was announced that the Government would appoint an independent expert to undertake a review of Ireland's corporate tax code (the Review). Mr Seamus Coffey was appointed in October 2016.
Taxand USA explains how the IPO market makes going public less taxing for private companies. I’ve lived through both the highest highs and lowest lows of the IPO market since I first began working in Silicon Valley in the late 1990s.